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Fluxes between trophic levels and through the water-sediment interface
|Statement||[edited by Daniel J. Bonin and Han L. Golterman ; special editor assistant, M.-C. Bonin]|
|Series||Hydrobiologia -- v. 207.|
|Contributions||Golterman, H. L., Bonin, Daniel J., Joint Congress of Limnology and Oceanography (1989 : Marseille, France)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 342 p. :|
|Number of Pages||342|
Abstract. Carbon dioxide partial pressures (pCO2) and CO2 fluxes on air-water interface in different trophic-level areas of Taihu Lake were calculated and corrected using alkalinity, pH, ionic strength, active coefficient, water temperature and wind speed on Cited by: 9. Warming and nutrient enrichment resulted in non-additive effects on nitrogen mineralization and denitrification (synergism), as well as on benthic fluxes of phosphate (antagonism). The mode of interaction appears to be related to the trophic level of the organisms that are the main drivers of the affected by:
Ecohydrological interfaces between groundwater, Recently, ecohydrological research has considered biota at higher trophic levels, which lead to changes in connectivity and fluxes across the surface water sediment interface [Collins et al., ], through their movement Cited by: Normalized fluxes and flows in the NNP region sit between the two other regions (e.g., trophic and sedimentation efficiency), consistent with the intermediate traits of the NNP type (e.g., intermediate parameter values for the mesozooplankton predation and sinking rates in the model).Cited by: 1.
Wave action and hydrodynamic processes at the water-sediment interface cause pore water fluxes in and out of the sediment (Massel, ), bringing oxygen as well as organic material into deeper sediment layers, thereby modifying redox gradients and, consequently, affecting biogeochemical processes like denitrification and/or iron, manganese and Cited by: 4. The simulated trophic state has reached lower levels (mesotrophic or lower) in 8% of the time, only. The model was run for the same period adopting sediment management practices: Scenario 1, in which annual sediment removal was considered; Scenario 2, admitting no return of phosphorus from the sediment to the water column, for instance by Cited by: 1.
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By R. Gaudy, Marc Pagano and F. Lochet. Topics: Author: R. Gaudy, Marc Pagano and F. Lochet. The measured critical bed shear stresses for sediment erosion at the water-sediment interface is about Pa, which is the highest value that has been identified so far using the VIMS Sea Carousel.
The high τ cr (z = 0) may be attributed by the particular combination of clay minerals and others. Fluxes Between Trophic Levels and Through the Water-Sediment Interface; Shona-English / English-Shona Dictionary and Phrasebook (Hippocrene Dictionary and Phrasebook) Trattato di Magia pratica; Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary: A Federal/State Partnership for the Management of Underwater.
The diffusion ﬂuxes and sediment activity of phosphorus in the sediment water interface of Poyang Lake Zhiping Yang a,b, Tao Liang, Kexin Li, Qian Zhang aand Lingqing Wang aKey Laboratory of Land Surface Pattern and Simulation, Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, P.R.
China; bOfﬁce of the Mountain-River-Lake Development. Interactions between sediments and organisms living within sediments can also alter the fluxes of oxygen and other dissolved components in and out of the sediment-water interface.
Animals like worms, mollusks and echinoderms can enhance resuspension and mixing through. Results show that the relationship between annual water and sediment yields has a good correlation (R 2 = ) for horizon ; however, a low correlation (R 2 = ) was observed for horizon The analysis reveals that the water–sediment interaction will be affected due to changes of monsoon precipitation in future.
The oxygen level at the water–sediment interface depending mostly on organic matter accumulation and dissolved oxygen in the overlying water. The high rate of microbial processes and the long-time sediment inundation usually lead to an anaerobic condition at the water–sediment interface, and a denitrification process often occurs (Kemp et.
Tidal oscillations systematically flood salt marshes, transporting water, sediments, organic matter, and biogeochemical elements such as silica. Here we present a review of recent studies on these fluxes and their effects on both ecosystem functioning and morphological evolution of salt marshes.
We reexamine a simplified model for the computation of water fluxes in salt marshes that captures Cited by: De Groot, C. J., Some remarks on the presence of organic phosphate in the sediment. In D. Bonin & H. Golterman (eds), Fluxes Between Trophic Levels and Through the Water-Sediment Interface.
Developments in Hydrobiology Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht: – Reprinted from Hydrobiologia Google ScholarCited by: De Groot, C. J., Some remarks on the presence of organic phosphate in the sediment.
In D. Bonin & H. Golterman (eds), Fluxes Between Trophic Levels and Through the Water-Sediment Interface. Developments in Hydrobiology Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht: – Reprinted from Hydrobiologia Google ScholarCited by: ductivity, and water fluxes through the water-sediment interface were measured.
Invertebrate influences in reduc-ing the clogging process depended not only on the mode of bioturbation (construction of biogenic structures, burrow-ing and feeding activities, etc.) but also on the interaction between the bioturbation process and the sediments of the.
Upward nutrient fluxes at the sediment-water interface were studied in a mussel farming zone (Carteau, Gulf of Fos, France) in order to estimate the impact of organic matter input from biodeposition.
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multiple fluxes will be important simultaneously (and sometimes with opposite signs). For example, inorganic material such as sediment may be moving from the land to the water at the same time emergent insects are moving in the opposite direction.
Also note that the structure of the boundary can alter the fluxes between the by: HydrobiologiaO Kluwer Academic d in Belgium D. Boniil di H. Golterman (eds), Fluxes Betweeri Trophic Levels and Through the Water-Sediment Interface. 43 Trophic Structure and Productivity of the lagoonal communities of Tikehau atoll (Tuamotu Archipelago, French Polynesia)Cited by: Production vs.
Respiration in river systems: An indicator of an (heterotrophic and nitrifying bacteria, phyto- and zoo-plankton bacteria) and nutrient exchanges at the water–sediment interface has been described in detail elsewhere Fluxes between trophic levels and through the water sediment interface, Hydrobiologia, vol.
( Cited by:. The variations of PO 4 3− –P diffusion fluxes across the water–sediment interface in the sampling sites are presented in Figure 4. The fluxes ranged from to mg m −2 d −1. Ca–Pi is more stable in the sediment and less easily released into overlying water compared with Po and Fe/Al–: Chenghua Dang, Ming Lu, Zheng Mu, Yu Li, Chenchen Chen, Fengxia Zhao, Lei Yan, Yao Cheng.DSi, DIN, and SRP Fluxes across the Water Sediment Interface Over ~4 months, from June to September, in the 0–2 cm sediment horizon in V.
spiralis meadows, we estimated an average BSi decrease of g Si m −2, representing the difference between the initial and final areal BSi concentrations (Table S1).Author: Alessandro Scibona, Daniele Nizzoli, Domiziana Cristini, Daniele Longhi, Rossano Bolpagni, Pierluigi.
Understanding Processes Through Space and Time. Predicting terrestrial‐to‐aquatic contaminant fluxes requires considering systems‐level effects across multiple spatiotemporal scales.
This includes knowledge about the ecosystem processes (e.g., hydrology and geomorphology), organismal physiology, community organization, and species Cited by: