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Dissolved Inorganic Nitrogen and Nitrous Oxide Concentrations in the Groundwater of Two Selected Sites in Coastal Georgia and South Carolina
PI: Samantha Joye (Dept of Marine Sciences, Univ of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA)
Support: Sea Grant College Program (R/WQ-6-PD)
Timeframe: 12/10/98 - 2/28/00 (complete)
Project Overview. The
objectives of this project were to:
Joye, S. B., R. Y. Lee, N. B. Weston, W. P. Porubsky and S. Fisher (in prep.) Estimating potential denitrification rates in aquatic sediments: a critical evaluation of the acetylene block technique. Marine Ecology Progress Series.
Lee, R. Y., Wisniewski, R. J., and S. B. Joye (in prep) Interannual variation in intertidal marsh sediment denitrification rates: a reflection of development pressure? Aquatic Microbial Ecology.
Moore, W. S., J. Krest, G. Taylor, E. Roggenstein, S. B. Joye and R. Lee (in prep.) Thermal evidence of water exchange through a coastal aquifer: implications for nutrient fluxes. Nature.
Wisniewski, R. J., R. Y. Lee, I. Valiela, and S. B. Joye (in prep.) Salt marsh denitrification rates along natural and manipulated nitrogen loading gradients. Aquatic Microbial Ecology.
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