Dissolved organic carbon characteristics in surface ponds from contrasting wetland ecosystems: a case study in the Sanjiang Plain, Northeast China

@inproceedings{Wang2013DissolvedOC,
  title={Dissolved organic carbon characteristics in surface ponds from contrasting wetland ecosystems: a case study in the Sanjiang Plain, Northeast China},
  author={L. L. Wang and Changchun Song and Guisheng Yang},
  year={2013}
}
Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) is a significant component of carbon and nutrient cycling in fluvial ecosys- tems. Natural wetlands, as important DOC sources for river and ocean ecosystems, have experienced extensive natural and anthropogenic disturbances such as climate change, hy- drological variations and land use change in recent years. The DOC characteristics in surface ponds from contrasting wet- lands in the Sanjiang Plain, Northeastern China were inves- tigated. Surface ponds at seven… CONTINUE READING

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