Evaluating sulfur dynamics during storm events for three watersheds in the northeastern USA: a combined hydrological, chemical and isotopic approach
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Hydrological Processes. 22(20): 4023-4034.
Concerns related to climate change have resulted in an increasing interest in the importance of hydrological events such as droughts in affecting biogeochemical responses of watersheds. The effects of an unusually dry summer in 2002 had a marked impact on the biogeochemistry of three watersheds in the north-eastern USA. Chemical, isotopic and hydrological responses with particular emphasis on S dynamics were evaluated for Archer Creek (New York), Sleepers River (Vermont) and Cone Pond (New Hampshire) watersheds.
Keywordsclimate change; drought; hydrology; stable isotopes; storms; sulfate; surface water; watersheds
Mitchell, Myron J.; Bailey, Scott W.; Shanley, James B.; Mayer, Bernhard. 2008. Evaluating sulfur dynamics during storm events for three watersheds in the northeastern USA: a combined hydrological, chemical and isotopic approach. Hydrological Processes. 22(20): 4023-4034. https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.7033.