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Water quality, sources of nitrate, and chemical loadings in the Geronimo Creek and Plum Creek watersheds, south-central Texas, April 2015–March 2016

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Title
Water quality, sources of nitrate, and chemical loadings in the Geronimo Creek and Plum Creek watersheds, south-central Texas, April 2015–March 2016
Published in
US Geological Survey, December 2017
DOI 10.3133/sir20175121
Authors

Lambert, Rebecca B., Opsahl, Stephen P., Musgrove, MaryLynn

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#10,963,118
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#1,403
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#106
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