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Continuous monitoring to assess phosphorus dynamics and ecological status in the River Kennet, UK



Continuous monitoring to assess phosphorus dynamics and ecological status in the River Kennet, UK



Diffuse phosphorus loss: risk assessment, mitigation options and ecological effects in river basins The 5th International Phosphorus Workshop IPW5 in Silkeborg, Denmark, 3-7 September 2007: 59-61



The in situ continuous (hourly) measurements of total reactive phosphorus (TRP, unfiltered molybdate-reactive P), chlorophyll, dissolved oxygen, conductivity, turbidity and flow were used to examine dynamics in P concentrations and sources and ecological status for the River Kennet, a lowland chalk river in south-east England. Seasonal, diurnal and storm event patterns in TRP concentrations were observed.

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