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Pelagic-benthic coupling during the onset of winter in a northern Norwegian fjord. Carbon flow and fate of suspended particulate matter
Marine Ecology Progress Series
The distribution of suspended material and sedimentation were investigated in a northern Norwegian fjord for 4 wk during the onset of winter in 1989. Total suspended particles and particulate organlc carbon ranged in concentration from ca 1500 to 4000 and 70 to 270 pg I-', respectively, during the invest~gation. Concentrations of suspended chlorophyll a and pheopigments ranged from ca 0.03 to 0.20 and 0.2 to 0.9 pg I-', respectively. A decreasing tendency was observed over time for chlorophylldoi:10.3354/meps093089 fatcat:kzn57wgm3zf35dl5l5pniyphsq