Impact of the 2014 Major Baltic Inflow on benthic fluxes of ferrous iron and phosphate below the permanent halocline in the southern Baltic Sea

@article{Brocawik2018ImpactOT,
  title={Impact of the 2014 Major Baltic Inflow on benthic fluxes of ferrous iron and phosphate below the permanent halocline in the southern Baltic Sea},
  author={Olga Brocławik and Katarzyna Łukawska-Matuszewska and Jerzy Bolałek},
  journal={Oceanological and Hydrobiological Studies},
  year={2018},
  volume={47},
  pages={275 - 287}
}
The impact of 2014 Major Baltic In ow (MBI) on ferrous iron (FFe(II)) and phosphate (FPO43−) benthic uxes was investigated. Sampling took place few months after the MBI, in August 2015, and over one year after the in ow, in February 2016. Materials were collected from three sites (depth of 106–108 m) located in the Gdańsk Deep. Total dissolved iron, Fe(II), phosphate, H2S and sulfate were analyzed in bottom and pore water. Benthic uxes were estimated using Fick’s rst law. All uxes were directed… CONTINUE READING

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