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    • Assessment of C, N, and Si Isotopes as Tracers of Past Ocean Nutrient and Carbon Cycling 

      Farmer, J. R.ORCIDiD; Hertzberg, J. E.ORCIDiD; Cardinal, D.ORCIDiD; Fietz, S.; Hendry, K.ORCIDiD; Jaccard, S. L.ORCIDiD; Paytan, A.ORCIDiD; Rafter, P. A.ORCIDiD; Ren, H.; Somes, C. J.ORCIDiD; Sutton, J. N.ORCIDiD; GEOTRACES PAGES Biological Productivity Working Group Members (Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2021-07-02)
      Biological productivity in the ocean directly influences the partitioning of carbon between the atmosphere and ocean interior. Through this carbon cycle feedback, changing ocean productivity has long been hypothesized as ...
    • DOC-Austräge aus wiedervernässten Niedermooren – eine Fallstudie 

      Zauft, Michael; Zeitz, Jutta (TELMA - Berichte der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Moor- und Torfkunde; Band 41; 2011)
      Abstract: Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) is the largest discharge component in the carbon balance of peat bogs with the exception of carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4). Very little attention has been devoted to the ...
    • DOC-Bildung und -Austrag in Mooren – ein Literaturüberblick 

      Schwalm, Mayte; Zeitz, Jutta (TELMA - Berichte der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Moor- und Torfkunde; Band 41; 2011)
      Abstract: Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) occurs in high amounts in peatlands. Remarkable export of DOC due to low absorption capacity of organic soils causes concern, because DOC impairs water quality and leads to emission ...
    • Hydrologisch-hydrochemisches Monitoring zu den Folgen der Renaturierung Hochmoor Große Säure, Oberes Westerzgebirge 

      Krüger, Annett; Neumeister, Hans; Tolke, Detlef; Heinrich, Jürgen (TELMA - Berichte der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Moor- und Torfkunde; Band 41; 2011)
      Abstract: The relationship between the distribution of naturally occuring dissolved organic carbon (DOC) , other nutrients and catchment characteristics is determined by a monitoring program and concept for an upland ...
    • Iron Exports From Catchments Are Constrained by Redox Status and Topography 

      Tittel, JörgORCIDiD; Büttner, Olaf; Friese, KurtORCIDiD; Lechtenfeld, Oliver J.; Schuth, Stephan; von Tümpling, Wolf; Musolff, AndreasORCIDiD (Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2022-01-18)
      Fe(III) hydroxides stabilize organic carbon (OC) and P in soils. Observations of rising stream Fe concentrations are controversially posited to result from a flushing of iron‐rich deeper soil layers or a decrease of competing ...
    • Past and Future Climate Variability Uncertainties in the Global Carbon Budget Using the MPI Grand Ensemble 

      Loughran, T. F.ORCIDiD; Boysen, L.ORCIDiD; Bastos, A.ORCIDiD; Hartung, K.ORCIDiD; Havermann, F.ORCIDiD; Li, H.ORCIDiD; Nabel, J. E. M. S.ORCIDiD; Obermeier, W. A.ORCIDiD; Pongratz, J.ORCIDiD (Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2021-08-21)
      Quantifying the anthropogenic fluxes of CO2 is important to understand the evolution of carbon sink capacities, on which the required strength of our mitigation efforts directly depends. For the historical period, the ...
    • Sinking of Gelatinous Zooplankton Biomass Increases Deep Carbon Transfer Efficiency Globally 

      Lebrato, Mario; Pahlow, Markus; Frost, Jessica R.; Küter, Marie; de Jesus Mendes, Pedro; Molinero, Juan-Carlos; Oschlies, AndreasORCIDiD (Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2019)
      Gelatinous zooplankton (Cnidaria, Ctenophora, and Urochordata, namely, Thaliacea) are ubiquitous members of plankton communities linking primary production to higher trophic levels and the deep ocean by serving as food and ...