CACOON Sea - water sampling along the Sardakhskaya channel and near shore of the Laptev Sea (chapter 3.26)


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The aim of the expedition CACOON Sea was to investigate the transition from fresh water to salt water and its impact on fate and quality on dissolved and particulate organic and inorganic carbon and nitrogen. This is in accordance with the main Changing Arctic Carbon cycle in the cOastal Ocean Near-shore (CACOON, https://www.changing-arctic-ocean.ac.uk/project/cacoon/) project goal to investigate the changing freshwater export and impact of terrestrial permafrost thaw into the near-shore zone of the Laptev Sea.



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DOI 10.48433/BzPM_0749_2021

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Fuchs, M. , Ogneva, O. , Sanders, T. , Schneider, W. , Polyakov, V. , Becker, O. O. , Bolshiyanov, D. , Mollenhauer, G. and Strauss, J. (2021): CACOON Sea - water sampling along the Sardakhskaya channel and near shore of the Laptev Sea (chapter 3.26) / M. Fuchs ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3529-8284 , D. Bolshiyanov , M. Grigoriev ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1997-9506 , A. Morgenstern ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6466-7571 , L. Pestryakova , L. Tsibizov and A. Dill (editors) , Reports on Polar and Marine Research - Russian-German Cooperation: Expeditions to Siberia in 2019, Bremerhaven, Alfred Wegener Institute, ISBN: 1866-3192 . doi: 10.48433/BzPM_0749_2021


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