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Determination of Initial Denitrification in Intact Cores under Various Freshwater Wetland Types
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Determination of Initial Denitrification in Intact Cores under Various Freshwater Wetland Types
Seo, Dong-Cheol; Delaune, R.D.; Lane, Robert R.; Day, John W.;
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 Abstract
Denitrification rate was determined for various freshwater wetland types in the Mississippi River Coastal delta plain. Site 1 and 4 were collected from forested-tupelo dominated wetland, and site 2 and 3 were from floating emergent marsh. The maximum emission was for site 1 at day 6 after the addition of nitrate, for site 2 at day 4, for site 3 at day 3, and for site 4 at day 4. The denitrification rate was determined using the acetylene inhibition method for site 1, for site 2, for site 3, and for site 4. The maximum denitrification rate was in the order of site 4 > site 3 > site 2 > site 1.
 Keywords
Denitrification;Nitrous oxide emission;Intact core;Acetylene inhibition;
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English
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