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Base cation chemistry of storm runoff in a forested headwater wetland


Water Resources Research 29(8): 2663-2673
Base cation chemistry of storm runoff in a forested headwater wetland
Hydrological data were combined with analysis of a natural isotope, oxygen 18, and solutes (Ca, Mg, K, Na) to examine saturation overland flow and stream base cation dynamics during storms in a headwater swamp, 50km northeast of Toronto, Canada (44 degrees 00'N, 79 degrees 05'W).

Accession: 002308350

DOI: 10.1029/93wr00758

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