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Estimation of critical phosphate loads in Danish sandy soils

Mapping of soil and terrain vulnerability to specified chemical compounds in Europe at a scale of 1: 5 M: proceedings of an international workshop held at Wageningen, Netherlands, 20-23 March 1991: 71-75

Estimation of critical phosphate loads in Danish sandy soils

Critical phosphate loads correspond to the amounts of phosphate which can be taken up (adsorbed) by soils at solution concentrations not harmful to the aquatic environment.

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