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A deconvolutional Bayesian mixing model approach for river basin sediment source apportionment

Systems, Sustainable Agriculture Sciences, Rothamsted Research, North Wyke, Okehampton, UK William H. Blake and Pascal Boeckx contributed equally. AffiliationsSchool of Geography, Earth and Environmental ... and International Atomic Energy Agency Division of Nuclear Techniques in Agriculture, Vienna, AustriaLionel Mabit AuthorsSearch for William H. Blake in:Nature Research journals • PubMed • Google

Determining the effects of wildfire on sediment sources using 137Cs and unsupported 210Pb: the role of landscape disturbances and driving forces

PurposeWildfires represent one of the major natural disturbances within forested landscapes and have potential implications for the quality and function of downstream aquatic ecosystems. This study aimed to determine if a wildfire in a mountainous, forested watershed in British Columbia, Canada, caused a change in the dominant sediment source in the immediate 1–2 years following...