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A tale of pipes and reactors: Controls on the in-stream dynamics of dissolved organic matter in rivers
Limnology and Oceanography
The potential for rivers to alter the flux of dissolved organic matter (DOM) from land to ocean is widely accepted. Yet anticipating when and where rivers behave as active reactors vs. passive pipes of DOM stands as a major knowledge gap in river biogeochemistry, resulting in uncertainties for global carbon models. Here, we investigate the controls on in-stream DOM dynamics by evaluating changes in DOM concentration and composition along several reaches of a medium-sized river network over onedoi:10.1002/lno.10471 fatcat:ettvfy3d6nb7lhg5oncisd2mgy