Integrating modelling and field-based analysis for improving catchment-scale pollutant management: an application of the Catchmods Model in the Moruya River Catchment
Water quality decline is a significant environmental issue in Australia and many other countries. Much emphasis has been placed on nutrient management especially for phosphorus (P) and nitrogen (N) in an attempt to reduce their loss to water bodies. Identifying nutrient sources and their transport potential can assist catchment managers to recognise critical nutrient sources and to devise management interventions for their control. High concentrations of ammonia and phosphate have been observed...[Show more]
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