Variation in transparent exopolymer particles in relation to biological and chemical factors in two contrasting lake districts

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In inland waters, transparent exopolymer particles (TEP) can affect carbon export and sequestration in sediments with consequences for lake C budgets. We measured TEP concentration in 32 lakes from two contrasting lake districts covering wide ranges in biological and chemical characteristics. North temperate lakes, located in a wet region, have low to… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00027-010-0147-6

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@article{Vicente2010VariationIT, title={Variation in transparent exopolymer particles in relation to biological and chemical factors in two contrasting lake districts}, author={Inmaculada de Vicente and Eva Ortega-Retuerta and Ignacio P. Mazuecos and Michael L Pace and Jonathan J. Cole and Isabel Reche}, journal={Aquatic Sciences}, year={2010}, volume={72}, pages={443-453} }