Eutro-SED-Eutrophication hotspots resulting from biogeochemical transformations and bioavailability of organic phosphorus in the fluvial suspended sediment of geologically contrasting agricultural catchments

This project endeavours to address the current lack of understanding of which P fractions on fluvial and stream bed sediments are more bioavailable and degrade water quality, specifically relating to the effect of organic P and humic-metal P complex pools from fluvial sediments. More

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Contributor David William O’Connell
Last Updated March 15, 2019, 14:06 (UTC)
Created November 21, 2018, 10:00 (UTC)
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acronym Eutro-SED
funder European Commission, Water JPI, WaterWorks2015
organizations1 canadian-light-soure-university-of-saskatchewan
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organizations2 swedish-university-of-agricultural-sciences
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partner laurence-gill
partner1 yongfeng-hu
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partner2 kevin-bishop
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