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Benthic communities and bioturbation history of estuarine and coastal systems: Effects of hypoxia and anoxia.
Laboratory measurement of ammonia, phosphorus and oxygen exchange at the sediment-water interface of Cannonsville Reservoir, New York
Unique adaptations of the metabolic biochemistry of tunas and billfishes for life in the pelagic environment
This dataset is a 900 meter resolution raster representing the depth in meters at which the probability of oxic groundwater occurring is at least 50%, for the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Oxic groundwater was defined as containing O2 values >= 2 mg/L. The values range from 0-100 meters, with 100 representing all depths greater than 100. It was created in support of models which define the oxic/suboxic interface, which is important for determining pathways for nitrate transport in groundwater and in streams. The dataset was derived from a logistic regression of variables representing surficial geology, position in the flow system, and soil drainage.
Diagenesis of planktonic fatty acids and sterols in Long Island Sound sediments: Influences of a phytoplankton bloom and bottom water oxygen content
Comparative analysis shows that bacterivory, not viral lysis, controls the abundance of heterotrophic prokaryotic plankton