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The Benthic Exchange of O2, N2 and Dissolved Nutrients Using Small Core Incubations

DOI :

10.3791/54098-v

10:11 min

August 3rd, 2016

August 3rd, 2016

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1Horn Point Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

Here, we present small core incubations for the measurement of sediment-water gas and solute exchange. These will provide reliable measurements of sediment-water exchange that assess the role of sediment in influencing biological and biogeochemical processes in aquatic ecosystems.

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Sediment Biogeochemical Experiment

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