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Evaluation of the effects of changes in the timing of water-level drawdowns on the export of phosphorus from Little St. Germain Lake, Wisconsin

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Title
Evaluation of the effects of changes in the timing of water-level drawdowns on the export of phosphorus from Little St. Germain Lake, Wisconsin
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US Geological Survey, January 2018
DOI 10.3133/sir20185078
Authors

Dantoin, Eric D., Robertson, Dale M.

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#10,007,904
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