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作者:Zhenfei Dai , Haibo Zhang , Qian Zhou ...
来源:[J].Environmental Pollution(IF 3.73), 2018, Vol.242 (Pt B), pp.1557-1565
摘要:Abstract(#br)Microplastics may lose buoyancy and occur in deeper waters and ultimately sink to the sediment and this may threaten plankton inhabiting in various water layers and benthic organisms. Here, we conduct the first survey on microplastics in the water column and corre...
作者:Arne Bratkič , Tinkara Tinta , Neža Koron ...
来源:[J].Marine Chemistry(IF 3), 2018, Vol.200, pp.57-67
摘要:Abstract(#br)The mechanisms of mercury (Hg) microbial transformations in coastal marine water column are poorly understood. In an effort to study seasonal Hg transformation mechanisms and underlying processes in the coastal marine ecosystem of the Gulf of Trieste (northern A...
作者:Yingshi Shen , Yingying Huang , Jun Hu ...
来源:[J].Journal of Hazardous Materials(IF 3.925), 2020, Vol.385
摘要:... Our enclosure experiments and batch tests suggested that Microcystis blooms could significantly reduce the nitrogen in water bodies and the key mechanisms for the nitrogen reduction in different layers were different. The assimilation was the main pathway for nitrogen reduc...
作者:Tingting Yang , Lisa M. Nigro , Tony Gutierrez ...
来源:[J].Deep-Sea Research Part II(IF 2.243), 2016, Vol.129, pp.282-291
摘要:Abstract(#br)One of the defining features of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill was the rapid formation and persistence of a hydrocarbon plume in deep water. Here we use 16S rRNA gene clone libraries and pyrosequencing of 16S rRNA gene fragments to outline the temporal dynamics of t...
作者:C. Arnosti , K. Ziervogel , L. Ocampo ...
来源:[J].Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science(IF 2.324), 2009, Vol.84 (2), pp.202-208
摘要:Abstract(#br)The activities of extracellular enzymes that initiate the microbial remineralization of high molecular weight organic matter were investigated in the water column and sandy surface sediments at two sites in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. Six fluorescently labeled p...
作者:Elise M. Heiss , Robinson W. Fulweiler
来源:[J].Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science(IF 2.324), 2016
摘要:Abstract(#br)Water column nitrification is a key process in the nitrogen cycle as it links reduced and oxidized forms of nitrogen and also provides the substrate (nitrate) needed for reactive nitrogen removal by denitrification. We measured potential water column ammonium and nit...
作者:Elise M. Heiss , Robinson W. Fulweiler
来源:[J].Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science(IF 2.324), 2016, Vol.178, pp.110-119
摘要:Abstract(#br)Water column nitrification is a key process in the nitrogen cycle as it links reduced and oxidized forms of nitrogen and also provides the substrate (nitrate) needed for reactive nitrogen removal by denitrification. We measured potential water column ammonium and nit...
作者:Chunyu Guo , Tian Liu , Haohao Hao ...
来源:[J].Ocean Engineering(IF 1.161), 2019, Vol.187
摘要:Abstract(#br)The evolution of a water column pulled by a partially submerged sphere, known as the water exit problem, is evaluated by numerical simulation. The lattice Boltzmann method was combined with a mass-tracking algorithm. The accuracy of the numerical method was demonst...
作者:Xiaojun Luo , Bixian Mai , Qingshu Yang ...
来源:[J].Marine Pollution Bulletin(IF 2.531), 2003, Vol.48 (11), pp.1102-1115
摘要:Abstract(#br)Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) were measured in suspended particles and dissolved phase from the Baiertang water column and the Macao water column samples as collected from the Guangzhou channel of the Pearl River and the...
作者:James J. Pauer , Martin T. Auer
来源:[J].Water Research(IF 4.655), 2000, Vol.34 (4), pp.1247-1254
摘要:Abstract(#br)Nitrification in lakes and rivers is usually modeled using first-order water column kinetics. Over the years, a number of scientists have, however, recognized the importance of sediment nitrification, especially in shallow systems. The aim of this study is to det...

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