Streams receive substantial terrestrial deliveries of dissolved organic matter (DOM). The chromophoric (CDOM) fraction of terrestrial deliveries confers the brown colour to streamwater, often understood as browning, and plays a central role in aquatic photochemistry and is generally considered resistant to microbial metabolism. To assess the relevance of terrigenous DOM for carbon fluxes TY - JOUR T1 - A novel molecular approach for tracing terrigenous dissolved organic matter into the deep ocean AU - Medeiros, Patricia M. AU - Seidel, Michael AU - Niggemann, Jutta AU - Spencer, Robert G.M. AU - Hernes, Peter J. AU - Yager, Patricia L.

Fate of terrigenous organic matter across the Laptev

Fate of terrigenous organic matter across the Laptev Sea from the mouth of the Lena River to the deep sea of the Arctic interior Lisa Brder1,2, Tommaso Tesi1,2,3, Joan A. Salvad1,2, Igor P. Semiletov4,5,6, Oleg V. Dudarev5,6, and rjan Gustafsson1,2 1

TY - JOUR T1 - Degradation of sterols and terrigenous organic matter in waters of the Mackenzie Shelf, Canadian Arctic AU - Rontani, Jean Franois AU - Charrire, Bruno AU - Sempr, Richard AU - Doxaran, David AU - Vaultier, Frdric AU - Vonk, Jorien E.

The authors gratefully acknowledge the help and support of the officers and crew of the RRS James Cookand ROV ISIS, Doug Masson and the scientific team during cruise JC036. We also acknowledge Margarita Machairopoulou (U. Aberdeen), for her assistance

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SPECIAL ISSUE-LETTER Increasing dominance of terrigenous organic matter in circumpolar freshwaters due to permafrost thaw Maxime Wauthy,1,2* Milla Rautio,1,2,3 Kirsten S. Christoffersen,4,5 Laura Forsstrom,€ 6 Isabelle Laurion,2,3,7 Heather L. Mariash,8

Significance of Perylene for Source Allocation of

Details on the preparative chromatographic isolation of PAHs for compound-specific isotope analysis, the concept of two modes of terrigenous organic matter export from land to oceans, the impact of the nuclear weapon testing on the atmospheric and marine 14 )

of terrigenous organic matter (TOM). TOM biomarkers are derived from mild cupric oxide (CuO) oxidation that include lignin derived phenols, tannins, and flavonoid-derived compounds. Formally designated as lignin biomarkers, these compounds are specific

2020/8/3The relative abundances and concentrations of hydrocarbons, sterols, fatty acids, methyl ketones, and fatty alcohols have been measured by different extraction methods applied in parallel or sequentially to subsections of the same intervals for a core from the upper 1

The authors gratefully acknowledge the help and support of the officers and crew of the RRS James Cookand ROV ISIS, Doug Masson and the scientific team during cruise JC036. We also acknowledge Margarita Machairopoulou (U. Aberdeen), for her assistance

2020/8/11. Introduction Coastal areas represent just a small portion of the global ocean, but receive substantial amounts of terrigenous and marine organic matter, and hence are major components of the global carbon cycle and budget ( et al., 2013, Canuel and Hardison, 2016, Bianchi et al., 2017).).

In oligotrophic oceans where Prochlorococcus is a dominant contributor to primary production and input of terrigenous organic matter is negligible, this process is likely a significant contributor to the pool of organic substrates available for microbial heterotrophs.

The terrigenous deposits consist of blue muds, red muds (abundant along the coast of Brazil, where the amount of organic matter present is insufficient to reduce the iron in the matter brought down by the great rivers to produce blue muds), green muds and sands, and volcanic and coral detritus.

document the input of terrigenous organic matter vs. pelagic fluxes of marine organic carbon and carbonate and may help to elucidate the pattern of fan growth in correlation to global climate change and sea level over more than the last 20 k.y. Even though the

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2020/3/15Changes in terrigenous organic matter (OM) input, productivity and the associated bottom-water redox conditions, together with forcing mechanisms and global carbon cycle implications of such variations, on the western margin of the Western Pacific Warm Pool

1 1 Significance of perylene for source allocation of terrigenous organic 2 matter in aquatic sediments 3 4 5 Ulrich M. Hanke1,*, Ana L. Lima-Braun1, ‡, Timothy I. Eglinton1,2, Jeffrey P. Donnelly3, Valier 6 Galy1, Pascale Poussart1, †, Konrad Hughen1, Ann P. McNichol3, Li Xu3, Christopher M.

Uncoupling of Bacterial and Terrigenous Dissolved Organic Matter Dynamics in Decomposition Experiments Daniel P. R. Herlemann1, Marcus Manecki2,3, Christian Meeske1, Falk Pollehne1, Matthias Labrenz1, Detlef Schulz-Bull2, Thorsten Dittmar3, Klaus Jurgens1*

Tracing terrigenous dissolved organic matter and its photochemical decay in the ocean by using liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry Thorsten Dittmar, Kenia Whitehead, Elizabeth C. Minor, Boris P. Koch Chemistry Biochemistry Research output: › 49

Publication Info Published in Marine Chemistry, Volume 100, Issue 1-2, 2006, pages 66-79. Marine Chemistry, Elsevier B.V. Hernes, P. J., Benner, R. (2006). Terrigenous organic matter sources and reactivity in the North Atlantic Ocean and a comparison to the

- 1 - Assimilation of terrigenous organic matter via bacterial biomass as a food source for a brackish clam, Corbicula japonica (Mollusca: Bivalva) ToshiroYamanakaa*, Chitoshi Mizotab, Yonosuke Makic, Masatoshi Matsumasad a Present address: Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Okayama University,1-1, Naka

2020/8/3The relative abundances and concentrations of hydrocarbons, sterols, fatty acids, methyl ketones, and fatty alcohols have been measured by different extraction methods applied in parallel or sequentially to subsections of the same intervals for a core from the upper 1

2020/8/3The relative abundances and concentrations of hydrocarbons, sterols, fatty acids, methyl ketones, and fatty alcohols have been measured by different extraction methods applied in parallel or sequentially to subsections of the same intervals for a core from the upper 1