Functional properties of DOM in a stream draining blanket peat.

  title={Functional properties of DOM in a stream draining blanket peat.},
  author={Sarah A. Thacker and Edward Tipping and Dora Gondar and Andy Baker},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  volume={407 1},
The functional properties of dissolved organic matter (DOM) from Rough Sike, a stream draining blanket peat in the northern Pennines, UK, were investigated using a series of 12 standardised assays. Nine stream samples were collected at different discharges during 2003--2006, and DOM concentrates obtained by low temperature rotary evaporation. Suwannee River Fulvic Acid was used as a quality control standard in the assays. Dissolved organic matter in high-discharge samples was more light… CONTINUE READING


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