Shedding Light on Increasing Trends of Phosphorus Concentration in Upper Austrian Rivers
AbstractPhosphorus (P) impairment of surface waters still represents a major concern worldwide, despite decades of awareness and implementation of remedial measures. In view of this situation, it is all the more necessary to provide decision makers with reliable modelling tools, which can correctly estimate the effect of alternative management strategies. This work tests the performance of the semi-empirical model MONERIS (Modelling of Nutrient Emissions in River Systems) in depicting and quantifying trends of instream total phosphorus (TP) concentration in three catchments located in Upper Austria, a region affected by high agricultural nutrients emissions. The model correctly depicts both the existence of increasing trends (4–µ
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Zessner, M.; Zoboli, O.; Hepp, G.; Kuderna, M.; Weinberger, C.; Gabriel, O. Shedding Light on Increasing Trends of Phosphorus Concentration in Upper Austrian Rivers. Water 2016, 8, 404.
Zessner M, Zoboli O, Hepp G, Kuderna M, Weinberger C, Gabriel O. Shedding Light on Increasing Trends of Phosphorus Concentration in Upper Austrian Rivers. Water. 2016; 8(9):404.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zessner, Matthias; Zoboli, Ottavia; Hepp, Gerold; Kuderna, Max; Weinberger, Christine; Gabriel, Oliver. 2016. "Shedding Light on Increasing Trends of Phosphorus Concentration in Upper Austrian Rivers." Water 8, no. 9: 404.
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