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Record #199488:

A huge biocatalytic filter in the centre of the Barents Sea shelf / Jan Marcin Weslawski, and 7 others.

Title: A huge biocatalytic filter in the centre of the Barents Sea shelf / Jan Marcin Weslawski, and 7 others.
Author(s): Weslawski, Jan Marcin.
Date: 2012.
In: Oceanologia. (2012.), Vol. 54(2) (2012)
Abstract: Reports that primary production model for Barents Sea shows "hot spot" of organic carbon deposition on sea bed over 100 km long at Svalbardbanken. Hydrodynamic flow models suggest intensive, deep flow of near-bottom waters into sediment. During 10 days of stormy weather, 4-8 kg (wet weight) of pelagic biomass can be processed per square metre through this extremely permeable sediment. Analogous processes known in coastal waters lead to intense biocatalytic phenomena and metabolism of carbon within sea bed.
Notes:

Oceanologia. Vol. 54(2) :325-335 (2012).

Keywords: 546.26 -- Carbon.
551.352/.353 -- Marine sediments, deep sea.
551.46 -- Oceanography, physical.
574.5 -- Marine and freshwater ecology.
574.55 -- Productivity, aquatic ecology.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*686) -- Barents Sea.
SPRI record no.: 199488

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