Biophysical controls on dissolved organic carbon concentrations of Alaskan coastal temperate rainforest streams

@article{DAmore2015BiophysicalCO,
  title={Biophysical controls on dissolved organic carbon concentrations of Alaskan coastal temperate rainforest streams},
  author={David V. D’Amore and Rick T. Edwards and Frances E. Biles},
  journal={Aquatic Sciences},
  year={2015},
  volume={78},
  pages={381-393}
}
Coastal carbon cycling models remain incomplete in key continental margins worldwide. Large quantities of labile terrestrial DOC are transferred to the Gulf of Alaska in a flow of freshwater discharge from thousands of watersheds that equals the discharge of the Mississippi River. The coastal margin of southeast Alaska and British Columbia is a potential hotspot of worldwide DOC metabolism and the mass and reactivity of DOC in rivers and estuaries of the region make quantifying and modeling DOC… CONTINUE READING
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