This project will develop and test an integrated model to address water quality issues related to phosphorus in lakes, using a sub-watershed approach. Phosphorus sources from shoreland properties, septic systems and agricultural lands will be identified, and BMPs to decrease phosphorus inputs will be developed and shared with watershed residents.
Terry, Karen; Brown, Laurie; Rosen, Carl.
Nutrient Pathways to Stocking Lake: Investigating Phosphorus Sources from Septic Systems, Shorelands, and Agricultural Fields from a Sub-watershed Perspective.
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