Spotting zones of dissimilatory sulfate reduction in a forested catchment: the 34S-35S approach.

@article{Alewell2001SpottingZO,
  title={Spotting zones of dissimilatory sulfate reduction in a forested catchment: the 34S-35S approach.},
  author={Christine Alewell and Martin Novak},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2001},
  volume={112 3},
  pages={369-77}
}
The localization of sulfate reducing sites in forested catchments is of major importance, because dissimilatory sulfate reduction can be a considerable sink for deposited sulfate. To localize dissimilatory sulfate reduction sites in a forested catchment (northeastern Bavaria, Germany), three sites within the catchment (upland site, intermittent seep, fen) were investigated for delta 34S depth profiles of soil sulfur and potential sulfate reduction rates were measured with 35S radiolabeling… CONTINUE READING

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