Allochthonous Dissolved Organic Carbon
Marine and Freshwater Research Special Issue 67(9)Edited by:
Looks at a range of different aquatic systems that examine the transport and ecological role of allochthonous dissolved organic carbon.
Allochthonous dissolved organic carbon (DOC) is one of the largest organic carbon fluxes from catchments to aquatic systems, and, through its effects on microbial processes, plays an important role in driving metabolism, decomposition and food web dynamics at the ecosystem scale. + Full description
This special issue of Marine and Freshwater Research brings together studies from a range of different aquatic systems from locations around the world that examine the transport and ecological role of allochthonous DOC. These papers contribute to a growing understanding of the importance of allochthonous DOC in the functioning of aquatic systems as well as the management of allochthonous DOC through mechanisms such as environmental flows.
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DetailsPaperback | October 2016 | $ 75.00
ISBN: MF67/09 | 120 pages
Publisher: CSIRO Publishing