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Analysing the Krycklan water quality data using a landscape systems approach

Created 2019-09-23 13:24:03 and last modified 2019-09-24 09:41:02 CET
Began in 2018


Decades of extensive research in the Krycklan Catchment have unravelled a multitude of hydrological, biogeochemical and biological processes. Whereas clear evidence can be found in the lab or in plot scale studies, a proof of relevance at the landscape scale requires powerful modern methods. To that end two different approaches (Isometric Feature Mapping and Self-Organizing Maps, combined with Sammon's Mapping) are applied to a comprehensive stream and groundwater quality data set.

water quality stream groundwater long-term monitoring non-linear statistics Isometric Feature Mapping Self-Organizing Map Sammons Mapping

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