Urban Non-Point Source Impacts on Seattle Area Stream Phosphorus Transport
Brett will discuss: 1. Land cover impacts on the central tendency in stream water
2. Long term trends in urban stream nutrient concentrations.
3. Flow, seasonal and land cover impacts on daily phosphorus
transport and speciation.
4. Storm event impacts on phosphorus transport for different
land cover type streams.
5. Flow and land cover impacts on the bioavailability of phosphorus.
streams, biogeochemical cycles, urban runoff, stormwater, stormwater management, hydrochemistry, stream flow, vegetation cover, phosphorus, chemical speciation, bioavailability, nutrient availability, water, time series analysis, watersheds, nonpoint source pollution
Publisher: University of Washington Water Center
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