Dissolved Organic Phosphorus Compounds: Do They Satisfy Planktonic Phosphate Demand in Summer?

@inproceedings{Heath1986DissolvedOP,
  title={Dissolved Organic Phosphorus Compounds: Do They Satisfy Planktonic Phosphate Demand in Summer?},
  author={Robert T. Heath},
  year={1986}
}
The rate of release of phosphate from dissolved organic phosphorus (DOP) compounds generally accounted for <1% of the phosphate uptake rate by seston in the open water of five diverse freshwater systems in summer. Surface water samples were taken during July and August 1984 from a eutrophic lake (East Twin Lake, OH), an acid bog lake (Triangle Bog Lake, OH), a freshwater estuarine marsh that empties into the western basin of Lake Erie (Old Woman Creek, OH), and two large mainstem reservoirs on… CONTINUE READING

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