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Chemical characteristics of particulate, colloidal, and dissolved organic material in Loch Vale Watershed, Rocky Mountain National Park
Contribution of Southern Ocean surface-water stratification to low atmospheric CO sub(2) concentrations during the last glacial period
Annual anthropogenic carbon transport into the North Pacific Intermediate Water through the Kuroshio/Oyashio Interfrontal Zone: An estimation from CFCs distribution.
Fluvial geochemistry of the rivers of Eastern Siberia: II. Tributaries of the Lena, Omoloy, Yana, Indigirka, Kolyma, and Anadyr draining the collisional/accretionary zone of the Verkhoyansk and Cherskiy ranges
Net primary and ecosystem production and carbon stocks of terrestrial ecosystems and their responses to climate change
Implications of bio-optical modeling of phytoplankton photosynthesis in Antarctic waters: Further evidence of no light limitation in the Bransfield Strait
Geochemical record of eutrophication and anoxia in Chesapeake Bay sediments: anthropogenic influence on organic matter composition
Geochemical controls on peatland pore water from the Hudson Bay Lowland: A multivariate statistical approach
Time-series analysis for the episodic production and transport of methane from the Glacial Lake Agassiz peatlands, northern Minnesota. Final report
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Upper ocean carbon export, horizontal transport, and vertical eddy diffusivity in the southwestern Gulf of Maine
Early and Late Winter CO sub(2) Efflux from Arctic Tundra in the Kuparuk River Watershed, Alaska, U.S.A.
Plankton community structure and carbon cycling on the western coast of Greenland during the stratified summer situation. 1. Hydrography, phytoplankton and bacterioplankton