A new field approach for the collection of samples for aquatic 14CO2 analysis using headspace equilibration and molecular sieve traps: the super headspace method

M.H. Garnett, M.F. Billett, P. Gulliver, J.F. Dean

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Carbon dioxide evasion from inland waters such as lakes, rivers and streams represents a significant component of the global carbon cycle, yet in many parts of the world, relatively little is known about its source. Radiocarbon dating of aquatic CO
LanguageEnglish
JournalEcohydrology
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