Bioavailability and radiocarbon age of fluvial dissolved organic matter (DOM) from a northern peatland-dominated catchment: effect of land-use change

@article{Hulatt2014BioavailabilityAR,
  title={Bioavailability and radiocarbon age of fluvial dissolved organic matter (DOM) from a northern peatland-dominated catchment: effect of land-use change},
  author={Chris J. Hulatt and Hermanni Kaartokallio and Eero Asmala and Riitta Autio and Colin A Stedmon and Eloni Sonninen and Markku Oinonen and David Nicholson Thomas},
  journal={Aquatic Sciences},
  year={2014},
  volume={76},
  pages={393-404}
}
The radiocarbon age and biodegradability of dissolved organic matter (DOM) from a northern peat-dominated river system was studied and the effects of land-use were compared. Samples were obtained from streams and ditches comprising sub-catchments of the Kiiminki River, Northern Finland. Sample sites included areas of natural mire, areas subjected to moderate disturbance (ditching to enhance forestry), and areas subjected to serious land use change (agriculture and peat excavation). The study… CONTINUE READING
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