Sinking particle flux in the sea ice zone of the Amundsen Shelf, Antarctica
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- Sinking particle flux in the sea ice zone of the Amundsen Shelf, Antarctica
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- 남극 아문젠해 해빙역에서의 입자상 침강 플럭스
- Kim, Minkyoung
Lee, Sang H.
Lee, Sang Heon
Hugh W. Ducklow
Yang, Eun Jin
Hyung J. Kim
- Amundsen Sea; particle organic carbon; plarticle flux; radiocarbon; sea ice zone; sediment trap
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- Kim, Minkyoung, et al. 2015. "Sinking particle flux in the sea ice zone of the Amundsen Shelf, Antarctica". DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART I-OCEANOGRAPHIC RESEARCH PAPERS, 101(1): 110-117.
- We have examined the flux, biogenic composition, and isotopic values of sinking particles collected by a time-series sediment trap deployed in the sea ice zone (SIZ) of the Amundsen Sea from January 2011 for one year. The major portion of the particle flux occurred during the austral summer in January and February when sea ice concentration was reduced to 30 %) and low bio-Si/POC ratio (
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