Dissolved Organic and Inorganic Carbon Flow Paths in an Amazonian Transitional Forest

  title={Dissolved Organic and Inorganic Carbon Flow Paths in an Amazonian Transitional Forest},
  author={V. Neu and N. D. Ward and A. Krusche and C. Neill},
  journal={Frontiers in Marine Science},
  • V. Neu, N. D. Ward, +1 author C. Neill
  • Published 2016
  • Environmental Science
  • Frontiers in Marine Science
  • As a raindrop falls from the atmosphere, over vegetation and forest canopies, and enters soils and streams it experiences a dynamic exchange of carbon constituents with the surrounding environment. Understanding the magnitude and dynamics of carbon export in above and below ground flow paths is critical for constraining the influence of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems on global carbon cycling. Here we examine the concentration and flux of dissolved organic and inorganic carbon (DOC and DIC… CONTINUE READING
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