Terrestrial and oceanic influence on spatial hydrochemistry and trophic status in subtropical marine near-shore waters.

Abstract

Terrestrial and oceanic influences like groundwater discharges and/or oceanic upwelling define the hydrochemical and biological characteristics of near-shore regions. In karst environments, such as the Yucatan Peninsula (SE Mexico), the balance between these two influences on spatial and temporal scales is poorly understood. This study focused on near-shore… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.watres.2010.07.046

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@article{MoralesOjeda2010TerrestrialAO, title={Terrestrial and oceanic influence on spatial hydrochemistry and trophic status in subtropical marine near-shore waters.}, author={Sara M Morales-Ojeda and Jorge Alfredo Herrera-Silveira and Jorge Alfredo Montero}, journal={Water research}, year={2010}, volume={44 20}, pages={5949-64} }