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    • University of Arkansas submittal

    • Water quality--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Illinois River Watershed (Ark.-Okla.); Water--Phosphorus content--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.)--Measurement--Planning.; Water--Phosphorus content--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • This memorandum provides the assessment of Drs. Matlock, Haggard and Sharpley of the information that is available and appropriate to consider, as well as supporting information through attachments.; Recommendations: Our recommendations for the...
    • Scale-dependent phosphorus leaching in alluvial floodplains

    • Nonpoint source pollution--Ozark Mountains.; Ozark Mountains.; Alluvial plains--Ozark Mountains.; Phosphorus--Environmental aspects; Soils--Phosphorus content--Ozark Mountains.;
    • Increased nutrient loads have resulted in several adverse impacts on surface water quality, including excessive algal growth, fish kills, and drinking water taste and odor issues across the United States and especially in the Ozark ecoregion of...
    • Scale-dependent phosphorus leaching in alluvial floodplains

    • Nonpoint source pollution--Ozark Mountains.; Ozark Mountains.; Alluvial plains--Ozark Mountains.; Phosphorus--Environmental aspects; Soils--Phosphorus content--Ozark Mountains.;
    • This research hypothesizes that macropores and gravel outcrops in alluvial floodplains have a significant, scale-dependent impact on contaminant leaching through soils; therefore, both soil matrix and macropore infiltration must be accounted for in...

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