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Scientific Investigations Report 2013–5135

Modeling the Water-Quality Effects of Changes to the Klamath River Upstream of Keno Dam, Oregon


Figure 2. Components of total phosphorus and total nitrogen loads for Link River, Oregon, during model year 2007. Total phosphorus consists of phosphorus in algae, particulate organic matter (POM), dissolved organic matter (DOM), and orthophosphate (PO4). Total nitrogen consists of nitrogen in algae, POM, DOM, nitrate (NO3), and ammonia (NH4). Values are weekly moving averages of hourly model input.

First posted July 24, 2013

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