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G. Y. Matsui, N. Volkenborn, L. Polerecky, U. Henne, D. S ...

G. Y. Matsui, N. Volkenborn, L. Polerecky, U. Henne, D. S. Wethey, C. R. Lovell, and S. A. Woodin. Mechanical imitation of bidirectional bioadvection in aquatic sediments.

Subaqueous Cap Design: Selection of Bioturbation Profiles ...

DEFINITIONS: Given these considerations, the following definitions are applicable to the content of this technical note: Bioadvection -nonrandom, generally vertical fluxes of particles due to biological activity such as feeding and burrow construction or maintenance.

MAYER, LAWRENCE M., AND DONALD L. RICE: Early diagenesis of ...

The combination of high organic matter input and rapid bioadvection allows detection of changing kinetics of decomposition during very early stages of diagenesis, analogous to those observed in algal decay experiments.

Re: Administrative Order on Consent, U.S.E.P.A. Index No ...

Burrows, when connected to the sediment surface, can also act as conduits for bioadvection of surficial sediment to the depth of the burrow floor even after abandonment of the burrow (Aller and Aller 1998, Rosenberg 2001, François et al. 2002).

Methyl mercury distributions in relation to the presence of ...

bioadvection” of MeHg T from near-shore regions may be potential sources. The occurrence of a methylated Hg maximum in the low oxygen zone of the water column of the open ocean was

Cadmiumbioaccumulation in Tubificidaefrom the overlying water ...

Microspheres occur at the sediment surface after 7 days when all luminophores were subducted by bioadvection ( Figs. 4AandB ). This fact is interpreted as ingestion of microspheres in the tracer accumulation zone over the same time period and egestion at the sediment surface via the fecal pellets.