Temporal variability in nitrification rates and related biogeochemical factors in Monterey Bay , California , USA

@inproceedings{Ward2005TemporalVI,
  title={Temporal variability in nitrification rates and related biogeochemical factors in Monterey Bay , California , USA},
  author={Bess Ward},
  year={2005}
}
The scales of temporal variability in the rate of ammonium oxidation and a suite of related biogeochemical parameters were investigated in the surface layer of the water column of Monterey Bay, California, on the west coast of the USA. Samples were collected on bimonthly (approx. every 2 mo) cruises during the course of 2 yr. The signal of El Niño was evident in the water column temperature and nitrate distributions during the initial cruise in February 1998. Throughout the 2 yr period… CONTINUE READING
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