The objective of this study was to infer the total phosphorus (TP) concentration of Williams Lake, B.C. during the past 150 years using a weighted averaging inference model. This was done by using the relative abundance of diatom taxa in a sediment core that included the past 150 years. This report also documents shifts in the most common diatom taxa in the sediment core and discusses the limitation of the model for this lake.
Hall, Roland I, Smol, Dr John. 1992. Diatom-inferred Total Phosphorus Concentrations in Williams Lake (British Columbia) During the Past 150 Years. BC Ministry of Environment
Keywords: TP, total phosphorus, Williams Lake
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