Geospatial analysis of water and nutrient transport in two northern Colorado mixed-landuse watersheds
This study examines the effect of different sources, transport pathways, and hydrologic regimes on phosphorus concentrations along a pristine-urban-agricultural gradient. A total of 48 sampling locations were monitored to characterize total phosphorus concentrations in the Cache la Poudre River Watershed in Northern Colorado. The comprehensive design of sampling locations aimed to capture the influence of anthropogenic activities and geospatial heterogeneity. Samples were collected at seven points in time with distinct climatic and hydrologic characteristics from April 2010 to February 2011. A ...
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