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Cyclical patterns and (im)mobilization mechanisms of phosphorus in sediments from a small creek estuary: Evidence from in situ monthly sampling and indoor experiments

Water Research

Jan 15, 2020

Feng PanAiguo Gao

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Internal phosphorus (P) mobility is crucially important to overlying water ecosystems, while its spatiotemporal variations and mechanisms remain to be studied, especially in dynamic estuarine sediments. In this study, in situ monthly field sampling and indoor experiments were combined t...read more

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Phosphorus Measurement
Immobilization
Surface
Pax5 protein, mouse
Laboratory Procedures
Antigenic Variation
Oxidation
Oxidation-Reduction
Phosphorus
Iron
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Cyclical patterns and (im)mobilization mechanisms of phosphorus in sediments from a small creek estuary: Evidence from in situ monthly sampling and indoor experiments

Water Research

Jan 15, 2020

Feng PanAiguo Gao

PMID: 31935642

DOI: 10.1016/j.watres.2020.115479

Abstract

Internal phosphorus (P) mobility is crucially important to overlying water ecosystems, while its spatiotemporal variations and mechanisms remain to be studied, especially in dynamic estuarine sediments. In this study, in situ monthly field sampling and indoor experiments were combined t...read more

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Phosphorus Measurement
Immobilization
Surface
Pax5 protein, mouse
Laboratory Procedures
Antigenic Variation
Oxidation
Oxidation-Reduction
Phosphorus
Iron
1

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