Can you help me understand this Environmental Science question?
Load response model for Robinson Pond, NH
Use the excel template to calculate the annual load from both phosphorus and nitrogen from Basin 1 only. You will need to change the land uses – the ones that are in the program by default e.g. Urban 1(LDR) Low density residential (>1 ac lots) are not correct for Robinson Pond. The land uses at Robinson Pond are different; the urban uses are slightly different, there is a feedlot etc. so the example parameters need to be overwritten. You will need to input the land uses (Urban 1, 2 etc) and the associated coefficients for each.
You can check your work on the example in the report, they should match.
Screenshot your final spreadsheets (pgs B-8 through B-10) and answer the following questions:
Which land use has the highest per acre load for P? For N?
Which land use contributes the highest load of each to the lake?
What management action could you take to reduce the load?
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