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Title: Sediment-water nitrogen fluxes in a backwater system of the upper Mississippi River
Authors: James, William F.
Richardson, William B.
Soballe, David M.
Keywords: Nitrogen cycle--Mississippi River
Suspended sediments--Mississippi River
Publisher: Environmental Laboratory (U.S.)
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Abstract: Abstract: This research quantifies nitrogen (N) fluxes and transformations at the sediment-water interface in relation to N loading and uptake for a backwater system of the Upper Mississippi River. Goals of this work were to provide a better understanding of the roles that backwater sediments play in uptake and removal of N for purposes of determining the management potential of increasing hydrological connectivity between large rivers and adjacent backwaters, wet-lands, and the floodplain to enhance overall N removal efficiency.
Description: Technical Note
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11681/3519
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