Sources and chemical character of dissolved organic carbon across 2 an alpine / subalpine ecotone , Green Lakes Valley , Colorado Front

  title={Sources and chemical character of dissolved organic carbon across 2 an alpine / subalpine ecotone , Green Lakes Valley , Colorado Front},
  author={Eran W. Hood and Diane M. McKnight and Mark W. Williams},
12 [1] We investigated how the source and chemical character of aquatic dissolved organic 13 carbon (DOC) change over the course of the runoff season (May–November, 1999) in 14 Green Lakes Valley, a high-elevation ecosystem in the Front Range of the Colorado Rocky 15 Mountains. Samples were collected on North Boulder Creek from four sites across an 16 alpine/subalpine ecotone in order to understand how the transition from the lightly 17 vegetated alpine to the forested reaches of the catchment… CONTINUE READING
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