The Biogeochemistry of a Fertilized Landscape: Are Nebraska Rivers and Streams Pipes or Processes of Nutrients?

JESSICA CORMAN, Assistant Professor, School of Natural Resources, University of Nebraska–Lincoln Author
11/13/2019 Added
20 Plays


In Nebraska, as in other regions with intensively managed agriculture, many streams are enriched with nutrients. Yet, these streams also have the capacity to process nutrients, slowing or completely removing them from the water. This talk will consider the biogeochemical potential of streams in Nebraska to mitigate nutrient enrichment.

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