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Groundwater/Surfacewater Interactions in Tampa Bay

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Date Issued:
1993
Summary:
The primary objective was to establish a rough estimate of the flux rates of nitrogen and phosphorus between two reservoirs based upon available data and compare them to rates determined for other sources. The purpose was to determine if groundwater may be considered a major mechanism for nutrient input to Tampa Bay.
Title: Groundwater/Surfacewater Interactions in Tampa Bay: Implications for Nutrient Fluxes.
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Name(s): Brooks, Gregg R.
Dix, Thomas L.
Doyle, Larry J.
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Bibliography
Issuance: multipart monograph
Date Issued: [1993]
Date Issued: 1993
Date Issued: 1993
Publisher: Center for Near Shore Marine Science of the University of South Florida
Place of Publication: [Tampa, Fla.]
Physical Form: print
Extent: 43 leaves : ill. ; 29 cm.
Language(s): eng
Summary: The primary objective was to establish a rough estimate of the flux rates of nitrogen and phosphorus between two reservoirs based upon available data and compare them to rates determined for other sources. The purpose was to determine if groundwater may be considered a major mechanism for nutrient input to Tampa Bay.
Identifier: 36560965 (oclc), fgcu-swfe_0436 (IID), AAA3792 QF
Note(s): by Gregg R. Brooks, Thomas L. Dix, Larry J. Doyle.
"Submitted to: The Tampa Bay National Estuary Program, April 1, 1993".
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 16-17).
Subject(s): Water quality -- Florida -- Tampa Bay Watershed
Water -- Nitrogen content -- Florida -- Tampa Bay
Water -- Phosphorus content -- Florida -- Tampa Bay
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