Eutrophication-Induced Acidification of Coastal Waters in the Northern Gulf of Mexico: Insights into Origin and Processes from a Coupled Physical-Biogeochemical Model

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Laurent, A., Fennel, K., Cai, W. J., Huang, W. J., Barbero, L., Wanninkhof, R. 2017. Eutrophication-Induced Acidification of Coastal Waters in the Northern Gulf of Mexico: Insights into Origin and Processes from a Coupled Physical-Biogeochemical Model. Geophysical Research Letters. AGU Publications. 44. 946-956

Algae, Assessment, Coastal, Estuary, Eutrophication, Fresh water, Modeling, Nutrients, Water quality, Aquatic community, Aquatic ecosystems, Algal blooms, Tools, Hypoxia, Phytoplankton, Acidification

This paper describes the development and effectiveness of a high-resolution, physical-biogeochemical model that simulates eutrophication-driven acidification of the coastal waters of the Gulf of Mexico (U.S.). The model is also used to identify the dominant chemical processes leading to acidification.

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