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Volume 16 Issue 3, March 2017



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    • Nina Gottselig, Volker Nischwitz, Thomas Meyn, Wulf Amelung, Roland Bol, Cynthia Halle, Harry Vereecken, Jan Siemens and Erwin Klumpp
      Phosphorus Binding to Nanoparticles and Colloids in Forest Stream Waters
      Core Ideas
      • There are three distinct fractions of natural nanoparticles and colloids.
      • These unique fractions have different preferential P binding.
      • The fractions include Fe–P, organic C–P, and clay–P.
      • Field flow fractionation coupled online to OC detector for size resolved OC detection.
      doi:10.2136/vzj2016.07.0064
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    • Susanne Weigand, Roland Bol, Barbara Reichert, Alexander Graf, Inge Wiekenkamp, Michael Stockinger, Andreas Luecke, Wolfgang Tappe, Heye Bogena, Thomas Puetz, Wulf Amelung and Harry Vereecken
      Spatiotemporal Analysis of Dissolved Organic Carbon and Nitrate in Waters of a Forested Catchment Using Wavelet Analysis
      Core Ideas
      • WTC analysis was used to elucidate the non-stationary C/N relationship at different time scales.
      • Water transit times (≈groundwater contribution) were key drivers for the C/N relationship.
      • Phase shifts between the C/N time series increased with rising groundwater influence.
      • WTC analysis can help to identify spatiotemporally dependent relationships in cachtments.
      doi:10.2136/vzj2016.09.0077
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