Climate Extremes Dominating Seasonal and Interannual Variations in Carbon Export from the Mississippi River Basinariations in Carbon Export from the Mississippi River Basin

@inproceedings{Tian2015ClimateED,
  title={Climate Extremes Dominating Seasonal and Interannual Variations in Carbon Export from the Mississippi River Basinariations in Carbon Export from the Mississippi River Basin},
  author={Hanqin Tian and Wei Ren and Jia Yang and Bo Tao and Wei-Jun Cai and Steven E Lohrenz and Charles S. Hopkinson and Mingliang Liu and Qichun Yang and Chaoqun Lu and Bowen Zhang and Kamaljit Banger and Shufen Pan and Ruoying He and Z. George Xue},
  year={2015}
}
Knowledge about the annual and seasonal patterns of organic and inorganic carbon (C) exports from the major rivers of the world to the coastal ocean is essential for our understanding and potential management of the global C budget so as to limit anthropogenic modification of global climate. Unfortunately our predictive understanding of what controls the timing,magnitude, and quality of C export is still rudimentary. Here we use a process-based coupled hydrologic/ecosystem biogeochemistry model… CONTINUE READING

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