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- Stackpoole, Sarah M.; Stets, Edward G.; Clow, David W.; Burns, Douglas A.; Aiken, George R.; Aulenbach, Brent T.; Creed, Irena F.; Hirsch, Robert M.; Laudon, Hjalmar; Pellerin, Brian A.; Striegl, Robert G.
- Hydrological processes 2017 v.31 no.4 pp. 902-915
- absorbance; acid deposition; anthropogenic activities; basins; buffering capacity; climate; climate change; data collection; dissolved organic carbon; land use; models; soil; sulfates; surface water; temperature; time series analysis; urban development; watersheds; Mississippi River
- ... Recent studies have found insignificant or decreasing trends in time‐series dissolved organic carbon (DOC) datasets, questioning the assumption that long‐term DOC concentrations in surface waters are increasing in response to anthropogenic forcing, including climate change, land use, and atmospheric acid deposition. We used the weighted regressions on time, discharge, and season (WRTDS) model to e ...
- Bagarello, Vincenzo; Ferro, Vito
- Hydrological processes 2017 v.31 no.4 pp. 847-853
- clay soils; data collection; mixing; models; prediction; risk; Italy
- ... Sampling the collected suspension in a storage tank is a common procedure to obtain soil loss data. A calibration curve of the tank has to be used to obtain actual concentration values from those measured by sampling. However, literature suggests that using a tank calibration curve was not a common procedure in the past. For the clay soil of the Sparacia (Italy) experimental station, this investig ...