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Application of the SPARROW watershed model to describe nutrient sources and transport in the Missouri River Basin

Maps and diagrams showing how the mathematical model predicts the distribution of various pollutants within a large watershed.

by Brown, Juliane B.
U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2011-3104
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Contamination and pollution, Hydrology, Mathematical modeling, Nitrogen, Nutrient content (water), Phosphorus, Sediment transport, Drainage basins
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