Deciphering the Dynamics of Inorganic Carbon Export from Intertidal Salt Marshes Using High-Frequency Measurements

Deciphering the Dynamics of Inorganic Carbon Export from Intertidal Salt Marshes Using High-Frequency Measurements

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Chu, S. N., Wang, Z. A., Gonneea, M. E., Kroeger, K. D., Ganju, N. K. 2018. Deciphering the Dynamics of Inorganic Carbon Export from Intertidal Salt Marshes Using High-Frequency Measurements. Marine Chemistry. Elsevier B.V. 206. 7-18

Analysis, Carbon, Monitoring, Salt water, Water quality, Field assessment, Seasonal patterns, Sampling, Marsh

This study collected high-frequency measurements of dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) at Sage Lot Pond (Waquoit Bay; Cape Code, MA, U.S.) in order to estimate lateral DIC fluxes in salt marshes.

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