TRACING SOURCE CONTRIBUTIONS TO ASSESS SPATIAL PATTERNS OF EROSION IN A MIXED LAND USE ENVIRONMENT

Cara Peterman
There is an inherent difficulty in predicting source contributions of fine-grained fluvial sediment in mixed land-use watersheds. Over a 56-week period, the spatial and temporal variability in sediment-source contributions and water quality was monitored at three sites along Otter Creek in Hardin and Meade counties, Kentucky (USA). The 203-km2 study area drains rural and agricultural lands and includes Fort Knox Army Post’s tracked-vehicle training areas. The main objectives for sediment source apportionment were to 1)...
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