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- Scordo, Facundo, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- International journal of river basin management 2019 v.17 no.2 pp. 251-261
- anthropogenic activities; basins; collaborative management; decision making; ecosystems; social environment; stakeholders; watershed management; watersheds; Argentina
- ... The continuous interaction between human activities and environment leads to adopting a broad approach for studying watershed systems. Undoubtedly, designing an efficient but also sustainable river-basin management plan requires considering the ecosystem, the economic and social aspects related to the use of natural resources. Given the practical and theoretical relevance that stakeholders’ partic ...
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- Die Naturwissenschaften 2018 v.105 no.3-4 pp. 25
- carbon; carbon cycle; carbon dioxide; carbon dioxide production; climate change; dissolved inorganic carbon; lakes; mineralization; models; primary productivity; terrestrial ecosystems
- ... The magnitude of lateral dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) export from terrestrial ecosystems to inland waters strongly influences the estimate of the global terrestrial carbon dioxide (CO₂) sink. At present, no reliable number of this export is available, and the few studies estimating the lateral DIC export assume that all lakes on Earth function similarly. However, lakes can function along a con ...
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- Ecological modelling 2018 v.386 pp. 71-82
- carbon cycle; dynamic models; ecosystems; global change; groundwater; growing season; lakes; landscapes; organic carbon; primary productivity; seasonal variation; sediments; surface water; water temperature
- ... Lakes are active processors of organic carbon (OC) and play important roles in landscape and global carbon cycling. Allochthonous OC loads from the landscape, along with autochthonous OC loads from primary production, are mineralized in lakes, buried in lake sediments, and exported via surface or groundwater outflows. Although these processes provide a basis for a conceptual understanding of lake ...