Document Type

Journal Article

Publisher

Copernicus GmbH

Place of Publication

Germany

School

School of Science

Comments

Originally published as: Serrano, O., Lavery, P. S., Duarte, C. M., Kendrick, G. A., Calafat, A., York, P. H., ... Macreadie, P. I. (2016). Can mud (silt and clay) concentration be used to predict soil organic carbon content within seagrass ecosystems? Biogeosciences, 17(7), 4915-4926. Available here

Abstract

The emerging field of blue carbon science is seeking cost-effective ways to estimate the organic carbon content of soils that are bound by coastal vegetated ecosystems. Organic carbon (Corg) content in terrestrial soils and marine sediments has been correlated with mud content (i.e., silt and clay, particle sizes

DOI

10.5194/bg-13-4915-2016

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