Evaluation of sediment dynamics in coastal systems via short-lived radioisotopes

@inproceedings{Giffina2003EvaluationOS,
  title={Evaluation of sediment dynamics in coastal systems via short-lived radioisotopes},
  author={Dan Giffina and D. Reide Corbettb},
  year={2003}
}
  • Dan Giffina, D. Reide Corbettb
  • Published 2003
The Neuse and Pamlico River Estuaries are shallow, dynamic systems that have been plagued with symptoms of eutrophication over the past two decades. Extensive research has been conducted over the last 5–10 years to better understand the complex nutrient dynamics of these systems. However, most of these studies have concentrated on nutrient cycling in the water column. Only recently have studies focused on the benthic environment, and most sediment studies have neglected the dynamic nature of… CONTINUE READING

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