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Isotope fractionation and isotope decoupling during anammox and denitrification in marine sediments

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Isotope fractionation and isotope decoupling during anammox and denitrification in marine sediments

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TN_cdi_wiley_primary_10_1002_lno_10237_LNO10237

Isotope fractionation and isotope decoupling during anammox and denitrification in marine sediments

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Isotope fractionation and isotope decoupling during anammox and denitrification in marine sediments

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Isotope fractionation and isotope decoupling during anammox and denitrification in marine sediments

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Blackwell Publishing Ltd

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Limnology and oceanography, 2016, Vol.61 (2), p.610-624

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TN_cdi_wiley_primary_10_1002_lno_10237_LNO10237

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English

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Blackwell Publishing Ltd

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Marine

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To evaluate the relation of isotope fractionation during sedimentary nitrate reduction with sediment reactivity, we measured nitrate and nitrite reduction rates and corresponding isotope changes in marine sediments in the Skagerrak. Our sampling sites encompassed a gradient of reactivity, oxygen consumption, and manganese concentration. Anammox was...

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Isotope fractionation and isotope decoupling during anammox and denitrification in marine sediments

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TN_cdi_wiley_primary_10_1002_lno_10237_LNO10237

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0024-3590

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1939-5590

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10.1002/lno.10237

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