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- Mendoza, Wilson G., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Progress in oceanography 2014 v.120 pp. 189-204
- biodegradation; carbon; carbon cycle; continental shelf; dissolved organic matter; fluorescence; fluorescent dyes; landscapes; mixing; models; monitoring; rain; rivers; sediments; temporal variation; Florida
- ... Dissolved organic matter (DOM) plays a crucial role in the nutrient and carbon cycling in the coastal-shelf-ocean boundary. It is a major reservoir of reduced carbon and carries important information on how sea and landscape have been modified. Due to the complexity of the biogeochemical processes in this boundary, its distribution is not well understood. This study evaluated the Excitation Emissi ...