An evaluation of freezing as a preservation technique for analyzing dissolved organic C, N and P in surface water samples.

@article{Fellman2008AnEO,
  title={An evaluation of freezing as a preservation technique for analyzing dissolved organic C, N and P in surface water samples.},
  author={Jason B. Fellman and David V D'Amore and Eran Hood},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2008},
  volume={392 2-3},
  pages={305-12}
}
Techniques for preserving surface water samples are recently in demand because of the increased interest in quantifying dissolved organic matter (DOM) in surface waters and the frequent collection of samples in remote locations. Freezing is a common technique employed by many researchers for preserving surface water samples; however, there has been little evaluation of the effects of freezing on DOM concentrations. Ten streams were sampled in southeast Alaska with a range of dissolved organic… CONTINUE READING

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