How important are terrestrial organic carbon inputs for secondary production in freshwater ecosystems

@inproceedings{Brett2017HowIA,
  title={How important are terrestrial organic carbon inputs for secondary production in freshwater ecosystems},
  author={Michael T. Brett and Stuart E. Bunn and Sudeep Chandra and Aaron W E Galloway and Fen Guo and Martin J Kainz and Paula Kankaala and Danny C. P. Lau and Timothy Peter Moulton and Mary Eleanor Power and Joseph B. Rasmussen and Sami Johan Taipale and James H. Thorp and John D. Wehr},
  year={2017}
}
1. Many freshwater systems receive substantial inputs of terrestrial organic matter. Terrestrially derived dissolved organic carbon (t-DOC) inputs can modify light availability, the spatial distrib ... 

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