Brenda Cookson

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We present a model that considers UV-absorbing dissolved organic matter (DOM) to consist of two components (A and B), each with a distinct and constant spectrum. Component A absorbs UV light strongly, and is therefore presumed to possess aromatic chromophores and hydrophobic character, whereas B absorbs weakly and can be assumed hydrophilic. We(More)
28 We present a model that considers UV-absorbing dissolved organic matter (DOM) to consist 29 of two components (A and B), each with a distinct and constant spectrum. Component A 30 absorbs UV light strongly, and is therefore presumed to possess aromatic chromophores and 31 hydrophobic character, whereas B absorbs weakly and can be assumed hydrophilic. We(More)
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