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Carbon and nitrogen cycles during the vernal growth period in the open northern Baltic proper
|Series||Meri,, no 16, Meri (Series) ;, no. 16.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 92/08200 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||89113936|
Human alteration of the N cycle and its environmental consequences. Early in the 20 th century, a German scientist named Fritz Haber figured out how to short-circuit the nitrogen cycle by fixing nitrogen chemically at high temperatures and pressures, creating fertilizers that could be added directly to technology spread rapidly over the 20 th century, and, along with the advent of. The carbon cycle recycles carbon between living organisms and the nonliving components of their environment. Which human activities are MOST believed to disrupt the carbon cycle and cause global warming? a. polluting rivers, lakes, and streams with fertilizers b. releasing chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) into the atmosphere.
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Nitrogen fixation, nitrification and denitrification, which are all microbially mediated, are the key processes determining the availability of nitrogen. A major part of nitrogen fixation in the Baltic Sea occurs during periodic cyanobacterial blooms during the warm summer months. Introduction Alkalinity: global relevance and characteristics. Total alkalinity (A T) is a measure of the acid‐binding capacity of one of four measureable parameters of the marine CO 2 system, A T has gained increasing attention within the field of climate change research. The importance of A T for the carbon cycle can be exemplified by its control over the CO 2 uptake and .
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Carbon and nitrogen cycles during the vernal growth period in the open northern Baltic proper (Meri) [Juha-Markku Leppanen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Leppänen J-M, Landes E, Bruun JE () Cycling of nitrogen during the vernal growth period in the northern Baltic proper in Ophelia – CrossRef Google Scholar Leppänen J-M, Niemi A, Rinne I () Nitrogen fixation of cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) and the nitrogen cycle of the Baltic Cited by: Carbon and nitrogen cycles during the vernal growth period in the open northern Baltic Proper.
By Juha-Markku Leppänen. Publisher: Merentutkimuslaitos. Year: OAI identifier: oai: Provided by: Helsingin yliopiston digitaalinen arkisto. Journal: Author: Juha-Markku Leppänen.
The N/P molar ratio in terrestrial run-off from diffuse- and point-sources for the three large different Baltic Sea subsystems Bothnian Bay, Bothnian Sea and Baltic Proper areandand in their surface water during the non-growth periodand HELCOM,Nehring et al.,Wulff et al., Apparently Cited by: Carbon Can Also Cycle in the Long Term.
The carbon cycle has been discussed in other chapters. Using what you know, try to answer the following questions. How can a carbon atom cycle very quickly. One way would be if a plant takes in CO 2 to make food and then is eaten by an animal, which in turn breathes out CO 2.
Carbon and nitrogen cycles during the vernal growth period in the open northern Baltic Proper. Finnish Institute of Marine Research. Meri, no. 16, 38 pp. Google Scholar. Hydrography, nutrient concentrations, primary production and sedimentation of particulate matter were studied during spring, late summer and autumn in the coastal area of the northern Baltic Sea, SW Finland.
Vernal phytoplankton productivity peak and biomass maximum in early May were followed by high sedimentation rates of organic matter at the end of May. Overall, however, detritus and heterotrophs is a relatively small and constant part of the POC in the Baltic Sea surface water during spring (Lipsewers and Spilling ), and the growth values we obtained (most in the range – d −1) are comparable to common spring diatoms growing (– d −1) at similar irradiance as we used.
Lahdes E & Leppanen JM () Cycling of organic matter during the vernal growth period in the open Northern Baltic proper. Nutrient development and chemical composition of particulate matter. Finnish Marine Research 19– Google Scholar.
J.-M. Leppänen, E. Lahdes, J.-E. BruunCycling of nitrogen during the vernal growth period in the northern Baltic proper in Ophelia, 26 (), pp. Google Scholar. Monthly measurements of dissolved and particulate carbon and nitrogen stocks, along with inorganic carbon and nitrogen uptake and release of dissolved organic substances were obtained between.
Little is known about the reasons for the relative success of the vernal dinoflagellates in the Baltic Sea (Heiskanen, ), but resource competition is thought to be the major driving force affecting the phytoplankton community composition, as there generally is a mismatch between primary producers and grazers during spring in the Baltic Sea.
Sedimentation rates were determined for various diatom species, and both average and maximum sinking velocities of sedimenting diatoms were calculated during a spring bloom investigation in the central Baltic Sea in Up to 25 and 50% of theChaetoceros spp.
andThalassiosira levanderi populations, respectively, sedimented daily. Daily sedimentation rates of other diatoms, dinoflagellates. PDF | Mar. Ecol.
Prog. Ser.,vol. 70, Bacterial numbers, biomass and productivity were studied during 2 cruises in the Baltic Proper, | Find, read and cite all the research.
In the Baltic Sea, the importance of water-column decomposition, as compared to sedimentation, in C cycling is small during spring (Lignell et al., ), due to the high settling rate of the vernal diatoms (Tamelander and Heiskanen, ). Furthermore, the density gradient is weak and newly-developed at that time, and cannot efficiently slow.
It appeared that upwelling in the gulfs is strongly dependent on open boundary conditions between the Baltic Proper and the gulfs. The vertical transport in the Gulf of Riga is many times more intensive in the calculation system of the Baltic Proper and the Gulf of Riga, than in the case where only the Gulf of Riga was calculated.
In the northern Baltic Sea Proper, total nitrogen (TN) increases during the summer bloom of filamentous heterocystous cyanobacteria.
To follow the fate of the nitrogen they fix, we studied several. Field measurements suggest that the initial decline of DIN and DIP concentrations during the early spring bloom period is based on an algal nutrient assimilation ratio of N: P ≈ 10 (Nausch et al.,Wan et al., ).When nitrate becomes depleted, about – mmol m −3 of phosphate remain in the water column, which is continuously drawn down until mid of June.
SD measured in Storfjärden, Tvärminne (1 m depth) weekly from the vernal equinox on 21 March during cold (n = 3,and ) and warm springs (n = 3, ). The nitrogen cycle. The key role of microbes in nitrogen fixation. How overuse of nitrogen-containing fertilizers can cause algal blooms.
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In general phytoplankton growth in the Baltic proper and the Gulf of Finland are nitrogenlimited except for the nitrogen (N 2)-fixing cyanobacteria[8,10,11], which are nitrogen sufficient through. Single-cell ammonium assimilation (a, b) and carbon fixation (c, d) analysed by secondary-ion mass were measured for cells incubated during – in June (a, c) and.Stable nitrogen isotope ratios (15N/14N; δ15N) were determined in sediments, suspended matter, and water at selected sites in the Baltic Sea area in order to set up a source budget and trace the fa.