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Labile dissolved organic carbon supply limits hyporheic denitrificationAuthor(s): Jay P. Zarnetske; Roy Haggerty; Steven M. Wondzell; Michelle A. Baker
Source: Journal of Geophysical Research. 116: G04036: 13 p. doi:1029/2011JG001730.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionWe used an in situ steady state 15N-labeled nitrate and acetate well-to-wells injection experiment to determine how the availability of labile dissolved organic carbon as acetate influences microbial denitrification in the hyporheic zone of an upland (third-order) agricultural stream.
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CitationZarnetske, Jay P.; Haggerty, Roy; Wondzell, Steven M.; Baker, Michelle A. 2011. Labile dissolved organic carbon supply limits hyporheic denitrification. Journal of Geophysical Research. 116: G04036: 13 p. doi:1029/2011JG001730.
Keywords15N stable isotope tracers, denitrification, DOC, hyporheic zone
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