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ESM202Lecture04(P_2 - PHOSPHATE EXPORT MODEL PHOSPHATE BUDGET MODEL PHOSPHATE CONVERSION MODEL phosphate loads mean annual phosphate concentration

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Biogeochemistry of Phosphorus Reservoirs Processes Fluxes
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2 Relevance P is required for life… Natural cycling has been severely disrupted by human activity “Side effects” of excess nutrients can be almost as bad as nutrient deficiency
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Dissolved Inorganic Phosphate
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Terrestrial P Processes Source: Biogeochemistry, Schlesinger, 1997
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Phosphorus cycling in the water column
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Sediment-water exchange: Linked cycles of P, S & Fe
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Unformatted text preview: PHOSPHATE EXPORT MODEL PHOSPHATE BUDGET MODEL PHOSPHATE CONVERSION MODEL phosphate loads mean annual phosphate concentration in the impoundment appropriate water quality variable Phosphorus balance in Switzerland (1000 tP y-1 ) Oceanic P Cycling Source: Biogeochemistry, Schlesinger, 1997 Global P Cycle Source: Biogeochemistry, Schlesinger, 1997...
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2008 for the course ESM 202 taught by Professor Keller during the Winter '08 term at UCSB.

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ESM202Lecture04(P_2 - PHOSPHATE EXPORT MODEL PHOSPHATE BUDGET MODEL PHOSPHATE CONVERSION MODEL phosphate loads mean annual phosphate concentration

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