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Title:Identifying the critical watershed regions creating lake nutrient enrichment (SLRs) based on a watershed-lake integrated perspective – A case study of Chaohu Lake Basin, China 
Authors:Lin, C., J. Xiong, R. Ma and C. Zhu 
Journal:Ecological Indicators 
Volume (Issue):121 
Article ID:107037 
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Broad Application Category:hydrologic and pollutant 
Primary Application Category:critical source area assessment 
Secondary Application Category:nutrient cycling/loss and transport 
Watershed Description:2,331.49 km^2 Kegao, 3,856.92 kmˆ2 Tongyang, 2,494.42 km^2 Baishitian, 43,046.317 km^2 Hangbu, 9,869.38 km^2 Nanfei and 2,693.2 km^2 Pai Rivers which collectively form the Lake Chaohu drainage area, which is a tributary of the Yangtze River located in the center of Anhui Province in east central China. 
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Keywords:Critical watershed region, Watershed non-point source pollution, Nutrients, Chaohu Lake Basin, Spatial and temporal features