Is in-stream processing an important control on spatial changes in carbon fluxes in headwater catchments?

@article{Dawson2001IsIP,
  title={Is in-stream processing an important control on spatial changes in carbon fluxes in headwater catchments?},
  author={Julian J C Dawson and Catherine Julia Bakewell and Michael F. Billett},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2001},
  volume={265 1-3},
  pages={153-67}
}
Data on small-scale spatial variations in instantaneous fluxes and concentrations of dissolved organic carbon (DOC), dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) and free carbon dioxide (CO2) are presented for a small acidic headwater stream in NE Scotland. Chloride is used as a conservative element to estimate additional, diffuse inputs of water into the main stem of the stream, other than those from tributaries. Downstream changes in instantaneous carbon fluxes were calculated and then used to estimate… CONTINUE READING
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