Distribution of phosphorus for particulate

J. Ma, J. Sansalone & P. Veltri
Urban rainfall-runoff transports loads of particulate matter and total phosphorus (TP) from a variety of anthropogenic activities. Discharge of diffuse sources of phosphorus as a leading cause of receiving water eutrophication has received significant attention. Elevated phosphorus concentrations in rainfall-runoff have been commonly identified for many urban land uses. In some cases these phosphorus concentrations can approach levels of untreated wastewater plant influent. Particulate matter is also entrained with phosphorus in urban rainfall-runoff and this...
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