First of three papers on Klamath River published in Journal of Hydrology

The first of three papers from my PhD thesis on nutrients and dissolved organic matter in the Klamath River, Oregon/California has been published in Journal of Hydrology.  The next two should be popping up in the next month or two.  Email me for a copy, with questions, or just to chat about our findings!  Thank you.


Oliver, A.A., Dahlgren, R.A., Deas, M.L. 2014. The upside-down river: Reservoirs, algal blooms, and tributaries affect temporal and spatial patterns in nitrogen and phosphorus in the Klamath River, USA. Journal of Hydrology. 519:164-176 DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2014.06.025


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