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Relative dominance of hydrologic versus biogeochemical factors on solute export across impact gradients

Relative dominance of hydrologic versus biogeochemical factors on solute export across impact gradients,10.1029/2010WR009605,Water Resources Research,

Relative dominance of hydrologic versus biogeochemical factors on solute export across impact gradients  
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Chemostatic responses are more common as exogenous inputs to catchments increaseChemostatic responses are consistent with the formation of a legacy storeSimple models can predict these dynamics
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