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Concentration, flux, and trend estimates with uncertainty for nutrients, chloride, and total suspended solids in tributaries of Lake Champlain, 1990–2014

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Title
Concentration, flux, and trend estimates with uncertainty for nutrients, chloride, and total suspended solids in tributaries of Lake Champlain, 1990–2014
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US Geological Survey, December 2016
DOI 10.3133/ofr20161200
Authors

Laura Medalie, Medalie, Laura

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#6,710,858
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#750
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#71
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