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Water-quality assessment of the White River Basin, Indiana: Analysis of selected information on nutrients, 1980-92

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Water-quality assessment of the White River Basin, Indiana; analysis of selected information on nutrients, 1980-92; 1996; WRI; 96-4192; Martin, J. D.; Crawford, C. G.; Frey, J. W.; Hodgkins, G. A.

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Water-quality data from 23 surfacewater-quality monitoring sites operated by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management and streamflow data from 11 U.S. Geological Survey streamflow-gaging stations in the White River Basin were analyzed to determine recent (1981 90 water years) water-quality conditions, trends, and river loads for ammonia, nitrate, total nitrogen, and total phosphorus. The White River Basin drains 11,349 square miles of central and south-central Indiana and is divided into two nearly equal subbasins the East Fork White River and the White River upstream from its confluence with the East Fork (called the "west fork" of the White River by the State's water-management agencies). Nutrient concentrations generally [...]

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doi http://www.loc.gov/standards/mods/mods-outline-3-5.html#identifier doi:10.3133/wri964192
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