Eutrophication Drives Extreme Seasonal CO2 Flux in Lake Ecosystems

@article{MoralesWilliams2020EutrophicationDE,
  title={Eutrophication Drives Extreme Seasonal CO2 Flux in Lake Ecosystems},
  author={Ana M Morales-Williams and Alan D. Wanamaker and Clayton J. Williams and John A. Downing},
  journal={Ecosystems},
  year={2020},
  volume={24},
  pages={434-450}
}
Lakes process a disproportionately large fraction of carbon relative to their size and spatial extent, representing an important component of the global carbon cycle. Alterations of ecosystem function via eutrophication change the balance of greenhouse gas flux in these systems. Without eutrophication, lakes are net sources of CO 2 to the atmosphere, but in eutrophic lakes this function may be amplified or reversed due to cycling of abundant autochthonous carbon. Using a combination of high… 
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