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Is The River a Chemostat?

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Created: Jan 09, 2020 at 7:52 p.m.
Last updated: Aug 04, 2021 at 8:17 p.m.
DOI: 10.4211/hs.d5676355cbd94b79a2e58f8089040a40
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Associated data for accepted paper in Geophysical Research Letters , titled "Is the River a Chemostat?: Scale Versus Land Use Controls on Nitrate Concentration-Discharge Dynamics in the Upper Mississippi River Basin".

Assuming package dependencies are met, you will be able to run the R files in order and reproduce the results of the paper. SessionInfo.txt gives R and package version numbers used for the analysis.

I tried to go through and comment some parts and also delete extraneous code, but there are still some sections with obscure purposes and some dead-end code included. Feel free to contact me if you need clarifications about anything.

Final publication and DOI issuance will occur once the paper is in press.

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Marinos, R. (2021). Is The River a Chemostat?, HydroShare,

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