Summary of a discussion : The relationship between land use and surface water phosphorus concentrations Public Deposited

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  • This report is a concise summary of information, ideas, and questions presented at a symposium on phosphorus held at Oregon State University, November 12, 1996. The primary purpose of the symposium was to deal with issues of water quality as they relate to livestock management in the upper Klamath Basin. Different disciplines within the university were represented, as were various state and federal agencies. All of the participants had experiences, ideas, and/or data relating to recent issues on land use and water quality. There were some disparate conclusions and viewpoints relating to critical questions, inputs, research directions, and decision making processes with respect to livestock, phosphorus, and water quality. There also were many areas of commonality. The differences in opinion and concerns underscore the need for closer communication and more sharing of information and ideas among scientific disciplines, agencies, special interest groups, and elected officials. The goals of this publication are: (1) to summarize the information and thoughts presented by those attending the symposium, and (2) to provide background, ideas, and direction for landowners and state and federal agencies facing similar issues and problems within comparable landscapes and climatic regimes. The emphasis in this publication is on trends, or relative values, of P. Actual numbers seldom are used due to the lack of information on analytical techniques, detection limits, sampling and storage methods, and the laboratories that performed the analyses. Without this information, the comparison of numbers becomes at the very least deceptive, and probably meaningless. Analytical values can vary widely among different labs even when identical techniques and methodologies are used, and it often is difficult to reproduce results.
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