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Particulate organic carbon and nitrogen concentrations in water samples collected at Station MARCH-1997-GN36199704603MNB03 in the Aegean Sea

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DOI: 10.1594/pangaea.684642
  • Bottle
  • Niskin 8L
  • C And N Determinations: Hedges & Stern (1984)
  • Carbon
  • Organic
  • Particulate
  • March-1997-Gn36199704603Mnb03
  • Mass Transfer And Ecosystem Response
  • Mater
  • Nitrogen
  • Organic
  • Particulate


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