Strong hydrographic controls on spatial and seasonal variability of dissolved organic carbon in the Chukchi Sea

  title={Strong hydrographic controls on spatial and seasonal variability of dissolved organic carbon in the Chukchi Sea},
  author={Jeremy T. Mathisa and Dennis A. Hansella and Nicholas R. Batesb},
  • Jeremy T. Mathisa, Dennis A. Hansella, Nicholas R. Batesb
  • Published 1999
A detailed analysis of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) distribution in the Western Arctic Ocean was performed during the spring and summer of 2002 and the summer of 2003. DOC concentrations were compared between the three cruises and with previously reported Arctic work. Concentrations of DOC were highest in the surface water where they also showed the highest degree of variability spatially, seasonally, and annually. Over the Canada Basin, DOC concentrations in the main water masses were: (1… CONTINUE READING
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