New insights into C, N and P stoichiometry in the Mediterranean Sea: The Adriatic Sea case

2012-08-01
Santinelli, C.
Ibello, Valeria
Lavezza, R.
Civitarese, G.
Seritti, A.
Vertical distributions of dissolved organic carbon (DOC), nitrogen (DON) and phosphorous (DOP) were studied in the Southern Adriatic basin in two contrasting periods: autumn (high stratification) and winter (high extent of mixing). These data provide the first observations of dissolved organic matter (DOM) stoichiometry in a key area of the Mediterranean Sea.
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Citation Formats
C. Santinelli, V. Ibello, R. Lavezza, G. Civitarese, and A. Seritti, “New insights into C, N and P stoichiometry in the Mediterranean Sea: The Adriatic Sea case,” CONTINENTAL SHELF RESEARCH, pp. 83–93, 2012, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/32585.