Hot off the press: Extreme events and water chemistry

I was pleased to co-author this paper with Kristin Strock et al., regarding the effects of extreme weather events on our interpretation of long-term patterns in lake geochemistry.

Strock, K. E., Saros, J. E., Nelson, S. J., Birkel, S. D., Kahl, J. S., & McDowell, W. H. (2016). Extreme weather years drive episodic changes in lake chemistry: implications for recovery from sulfate deposition and long-term trends in dissolved organic carbon. Biogeochemistry, 127(2-3), 353-365.

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