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Carbon fate in lowland rivers
Ford, W.; Fox, J. (2021). Carbon fate in lowland rivers. Nature Geoscience 14(11): 802-803.
In: Nature Geoscience. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 1752-0894; e-ISSN 1752-0908, more
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Repasch, M.; Scheingross, J.S.; Hovius, N.; Lupker, M.; Wittmann, H.; Haghipour, N.; Gröcke, D.R.; Orfeo, O.; Eglinton, T.I.; Sachse, D. (2021). Fluvial organic carbon cycling regulated by sediment transit time and mineral protection. Nature Geoscience 14(11): 842-848., more
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  • Ford, W.
  • Fox, J.

    The fate of sedimentary carbon in rivers is determined by a combination of mineral protection and transit time. Along the fluvial journey from headwaters to sea, biogeochemical transformations control whether carbon is buried or returned to the atmosphere as CO2.

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