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This is true for the adjacent watersheds too, and it complicates the calculation of the spatio-temporal distribution of atmospheric inputs at small spatial and temporal scales. Wet deposition is tightly linked to rain events, the interaction of fronts with polluted air masses and other short-term relatively local processes (Jickells, 1998; Spokes et al. 2000). It is estimated that yearly average figures are more reliable than local, short-term model estimates. However, with respect to interactions between atmospheric input and the biological system in the water column, timing effects can be very important.
J. Herman, T. R. Heip Fig. 2. Overview of land (upper panel) and instream (lower panel) processes in the INCA model. From Wade et al. (2002b) The INCA project (see overview in Neal et al. 2002), has developed a generic deterministic model for application across Europe. The model includes land and river processes, and is driven by spatially explicit input data. Figure 2 illustrates the land and river processes in the INCA model. Wade et al. (2002a) have developed a version of the model for phosphorus.
Heip is know about the factors determining the occurrence and rate of the process. This point needs further study. Of similar or even larger importance may be the recently discovered ANAMMOX process (Dalgaard and Thamdrup, 2002; Thamdrup and Dalsgaard, 2002), which is a reaction involving nitrate and ammonium, and leading to the production of N2 and thus removal of reactive nitrogen from the system. The process was described to be important at least at a few study sites. Depending on its (unknown) importance for estuarine systems, it may require a thorough revision of our views on coastal N cycles.