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Organic Carbon Composition and Oxygen Metabolism across a Gradient of Seasonally Inundated Limesink and Riparian Wetlands in the Southeast Coastal Plain, USA

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_741000493

Organic Carbon Composition and Oxygen Metabolism across a Gradient of Seasonally Inundated Limesink and Riparian Wetlands in the Southeast Coastal Plain, USA

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Organic Carbon Composition and Oxygen Metabolism across a Gradient of Seasonally Inundated Limesink and Riparian Wetlands in the Southeast Coastal Plain, USA

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Organic Carbon Composition and Oxygen Metabolism across a Gradient of Seasonally Inundated Limesink and Riparian Wetlands in the Southeast Coastal Plain, USA

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Heidelberg: Springer

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Biogeochemistry, 2005, Vol.76 (1), p.47-68

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_741000493

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English

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Heidelberg: Springer

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A set of three relatively pristine seasonally inundated limesink wetlands and one riparian wetland was studied over a 4-6 month long inundation period in 2001. Patterns in organic matter properties and oxygen consumption in the water column followed a previously documented ecological gradient based on soil composition, vegetation type, and canopy c...

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Organic Carbon Composition and Oxygen Metabolism across a Gradient of Seasonally Inundated Limesink and Riparian Wetlands in the Southeast Coastal Plain, USA

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_741000493

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0168-2563

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1573-515X

DOI

10.1007/s10533-005-2074-5

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