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Title: Soil exchangeable phosphorus pools, equilibrium characteristics, and mass distribution coefficients for Eight-Mile Run watershed, Wisconsin
Authors: James, William F.
Johnson, Billy E.
Zhang, Zhonglong.
Downer, Charles Wayne.
Byrd, Aaron R.
Keywords: Soils--Phosphorus content--Wisconsin
Water--Phosphorus content--Wisconsin
Publisher: Environmental Laboratory (U.S.)
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Abstract: Purpose: This research experimentally determined phosphorus mass distribution coefficients (i.e., relationship between soil exchangeable and soluble phosphorus), exchangeable phosphorus pools, and soluble phosphorus in the interstitial water for soils exhibiting a range of phosphorus concentrations. The research also developed relationships between these variables and commonly measured, crop-available soil phosphorus for use in establishing initial soil P parameters in the System-Wide Water Resources Program-Nutrient Sub-Model (SWWRP-NSM).
Description: Technical Note
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