Springs drive downstream nitrate export from artificially-drained agricultural headwater catchments (2019)
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CitationGoeller BC, Febria CM, Warburton HJ, Hogsden KL, Collins KE, Devlin HS, Harding JS, McIntosh AR (2019). Springs drive downstream nitrate export from artificially-drained agricultural headwater catchments. Science of the Total Environment. 671. 119-128.
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KeywordsAgricultural land-use; Groundwater; Headwater catchments; Nitrate-nitrogen flux; Subsurface drainage
ANZSRC Fields of Research30 - Agricultural, veterinary and food sciences::3002 - Agriculture, land and farm management::300201 - Agricultural hydrology
07 - Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences::0799 - Other Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences::079902 - Fertilisers and Agrochemicals (incl. Application)
37 - Earth sciences::3707 - Hydrology::370704 - Surface water hydrology
31 - Biological sciences::3103 - Ecology::310304 - Freshwater ecology
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