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Dissolved organic carbon trends resulting from changes in atmospheric deposition chemistry
Several hypotheses have been proposed to explain recent, widespread increases in concentrations of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in the surface waters of glaciated landscapes across eastern NorthExpand
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Long-term increases in surface water dissolved organic carbon: observations, possible causes and environmental impacts.
Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) concentrations in 22 UK upland waters have increased by an average of 91% during the last 15 years. Increases have also occurred elsewhere in the UK, northern EuropeExpand
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Export of organic carbon from peat soils
Warmer conditions may be to blame for the exodus of peatland carbon to the oceans.
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Causes of concentration/discharge hysteresis and its potential as a tool for analysis of episode hydrochemistry
Episodic variations in dissolved solutes are frequently complicated by a cyclical relationship between concentration and stream discharge. Established three-component models of runoff generation areExpand
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Alternative explanations for rising dissolved organic carbon export from organic soils
Since 1988, there has been, on average, a 91% increase in dissolved organic carbon (DOC) concentrations of UK lakes and streams in the Acid Waters Monitoring Network (AWMN). Similar DOC increasesExpand
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Carbon balance of UK peatlands: current state of knowledge and future research challenges
The retention of peatland carbon (C) and the ability to continue to draw down and store C from the atmosphere is not only important for the UK terrestrial carbon inventory, but also for a range ofExpand
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Recovery from acidification in European surface waters
Abstract. Water quality data for 56 long-term monitoring sites in eight European countries are used to assess freshwater responses to reductions in acid deposition at a large spatial scale. In aExpand
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Trends in nitrogen deposition and leaching in acid-sensitive streams in Europe
Abstract. Long-term records of nitrogen in deposition and streamwater were analysed at 30 sites covering major acid sensitive regions in Europe. Large regions of Europe have received high inputs ofExpand
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The importance of the relationship between scale and process in understanding long-term DOC dynamics.
Concentrations of dissolved organic carbon have increased in many, but not all, surface waters across acid impacted areas of Europe and North America over the last two decades. Over the last eightExpand
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