Quantifying fluxes and characterizing compositional changes of dissolved organic matter in aquatic systems in situ using combined acoustic and optical measurements

@article{Downing2009QuantifyingFA,
  title={Quantifying fluxes and characterizing compositional changes of dissolved organic matter in aquatic systems in situ using combined acoustic and optical measurements},
  author={Bryan D Downing and E. Boss and B. Bergamaschi and J. Fleck and Megan A. Lionberger and N. K. Ganju and D. Schoellhamer and R. Fujii},
  journal={Limnology and Oceanography-methods},
  year={2009},
  volume={7},
  pages={119-131}
}
  • Bryan D Downing, E. Boss, +5 authors R. Fujii
  • Published 2009
  • Chemistry
  • Limnology and Oceanography-methods
  • Studying the dynamics and geochemical behavior of dissolved and particulate organic material is difficult because concentration and composition may rapidly change in response to aperiodic as well as periodic physical and biological forcing. Here we describe a method useful for quantifying fluxes and analyzing dissolved organic matter (DOM) dynamics. The method uses coupled optical and acoustic measurements that provide robust quantitative estimates of concentrations and constituent… CONTINUE READING

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