Dissolved organic carbon uptake in streams: A review and assessment of reach‐scale measurements

@inproceedings{Mineau2016DissolvedOC,
  title={Dissolved organic carbon uptake in streams: A review and assessment of reach‐scale measurements},
  author={Madeleine M. Mineau and Wilfrid M. Wollheim and Ishi Buffam and Stuart E. G. Findlay and Robert O Hall and Erin R. Hotchkiss and Lauren E. Koenig and W. H. McDowell and Thomas B Parr},
  year={2016}
}
Quantifying the role that freshwater ecosystems play in the global carbon cycle requires accurate measurement and scaling of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) removal in river networks. We reviewed reach-scale measurements of DOC uptake from experimental additions of simple organic compounds or leachates to inform development of aquatic DOC models that operate at the river network, regional, or continental scale. Median DOC uptake velocity (vf) across all measurements was 2.28mmmin . Measurements… CONTINUE READING
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