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On the barium–oxygen consumption relationship in the Mediterranean Sea: implications for mesopelagic marine snow remineralization

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On the barium–oxygen consumption relationship in the Mediterranean Sea: implications for mesopelagic marine snow remineralization

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On the barium–oxygen consumption relationship in the Mediterranean Sea: implications for mesopelagic marine snow remineralization

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On the barium–oxygen consumption relationship in the Mediterranean Sea: implications for mesopelagic marine snow remineralization

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Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus GmbH

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Biogeosciences, 2021, Vol.18 (6), p.2205-2212

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English

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Katlenburg-Lindau: Copernicus GmbH

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In the ocean, remineralization rate associated with sinking particles is a
crucial variable. Since the 1990s, particulate biogenic barium (Baxs) has been used as an indicator of carbon remineralization by applying a transfer function relating Baxs to O2 consumption (Dehairs's
transfer function, Southern Ocean-based). Here, we tested its valid...

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On the barium–oxygen consumption relationship in the Mediterranean Sea: implications for mesopelagic marine snow remineralization

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1726-4189,1726-4170

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1726-4189

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10.5194/bg-18-2205-2021

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