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AMT14 Rates of nitrogen fixation in surface waters
Rates of nitrogen fixation in surface waters by stable-isotope mass spectrometry during the AMT programme cruise AMT14.
Rees A. (1);
Millward N. (2)
(1) Plymouth Marine Laboratory; (2) Newcastle University School of Marine Science and Technology
The RRS James Clark Ross sailed from Port Stanley in the Falkland Islands on 28 April and arrived in the UK on 1 June 2004. The main objective of the cruise was to determine the trophic state of the planktonic ecosystem with respect to large scale patterns in the ambient concentrations and supply to the surface waters of inorganic nutrients and of dissolved organic matter. Nitrogen fixation using 15N methodology was determined at all stations sampled with rates ranging between 0.4 and 8.3 nmol L-1d-1 in the South Atlantic Gyre; between 0.2 and 2.2 nmol L-1d-1 in the North Atlantic Gyre and reached maximum rates of 17.0 nmol L-1d-1 within the area of equatorial upwelling.
|Temporal coverage||03 May 2004 - 22 May 2004|
|Spatial coverage||Atlantic Ocean|
|Discovery metadata record||Link to the related European Directory of Marine Environmental Data (EDMED) record|
|Publisher||British Oceanographic Data Centre - Natural Environment Research Council, UK|
|Publication date||17 January 2012|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||doi:10.5285/41479c42-4dfb-4da9-be97-4c532ce13922|
|Citation text||Rees A.; Millward N.(2012). Rates of nitrogen fixation in surface waters by stable-isotope mass spectrometry during the AMT programme cruise AMT14. British Oceanographic Data Centre - Natural Environment Research Council, UK. doi:10/mpj.|