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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Bio-irrigation, the exchange of solutes between overlying water and sediment by benthic organisms, plays an important role in sediment biogeochemistry. Quantification of bio-irrigation is done either through measurements with tracers, or more recently, using biological traits to derive the community (bio-) irrigation potential (IPc). Both these techniques were applied in a seasonal study of bio-irrigation in species communities of subtidal anddoi:10.5194/bg-2019-413 fatcat:ywos7hjofvgqpdfexnc3q23fqm