Data Series 345
U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Data Series 345
National Water-Quality Assessment Program
By Robin A. Brightbill and Mark D. Munn
Figure 1. Agricultural nutrient gradient study areas of the Nutrient Enrichment Effects on Stream Ecosystems Study of the National Water Quality Assessment Program, 2003–04.
Table 1. Summary of dominant study area features for the five study areas of the Nutrient Enrichment Effects on Stream Ecosystems Study of the National Water Quality Assessment Program, 2003–04.
Table 2. Brief description of the datasets collected and analyzed as part of the National Water Quality Assessment Nutrient Enrichment Effects Team Study.
Table 3. Quality control results from nutrient and carbon analyses, along with benthic and seston chlorophyll a and ash-free dry weight as part of the National Water Quality Assessment Nutrient Enrichment Effects Team Study.
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