Black line represents the flux of sinking particulate nitrogen (PN) at 1m. The different colored vertical bars depict the two different methodologies used for the 15N2 . Changes in water conditions such as oxygen concentration and sediment load trigger a robotic sampler to take samples. The robot sampler is located at the SATURN-station in the Columbia River estuary. Passive sampling method for high‐resolution concentration and isotopic composition of dissolved methane in Arctic .
Summer depth‐integrated contribution in the Arctic Ocean under low and high open water conditions. The maps depict the time average depth‐integrated nitrogen fixed per unit area during the summer months in the Arctic Ocean. The calculation is based on the number of open water days for each location in the Arctic . Article Category: ASLO News . Submissions are judged on their originality and . ASLO functions as a participatory democracy that is only truly functional if we get your active participation.
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Several classes of children from Viennese schools visited the Division of Bio- Oceanography and Marine Biology on April, 24. In the presentation “With the Submersible to the Deep-Sea Hot Vents” by Monika Bright the children got familiar with bacteria in symbiosis with animals and producing food for the host. For more than years, ASLO has been the leading professional organization for.
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