Downstream Changes in Free Carbon Dioxide in an Upland Catchment from Northeastern Scotland

@inproceedings{Dawson1995DownstreamCI,
  title={Downstream Changes in Free Carbon Dioxide in an Upland Catchment from Northeastern Scotland},
  author={Julian J. C. Dawson and Diane Hope and M. S. Cresser and Michael F. Billett},
  year={1995}
}
Significant losses of free carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) to the atmosphere are likely to occur when soil-water, supersaturated with free CO 2 , enters streams and equilibrates with atmospheric CO 2 Spatial changes in dissolved free CO 2 downstream from the river source should therefore demonstrate progressive equilibration with atmospheric CO 2 Data on the spatial and diurnal variation in the concentration of dissolved free CO 2 are described for a small headwater stream draining an acidic heather… CONTINUE READING

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