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Long-term nitrate export pattern from Hubbard Brook Watershed 6 driven by climatic variationAuthor(s): Bongghi Hong; Dennis P. Swaney; Peter B. Woodbury; David A. Weinstein; David A. Weinstein
Source: Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 160: 293-326.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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CitationHong, Bongghi; Swaney, Dennis P.; Woodbury, Peter B.; Weinstein, David A. 2005. Long-term nitrate export pattern from Hubbard Brook Watershed 6 driven by climatic variation. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 160: 293-326.
Keywordsbiogeochemistry, forested watershed, Hubbard Brook, modeling, nitrogen dynamics, streamflow nitrate flux
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