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Exchange rates for carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus in Nueces and San Antonio Bay marshes
Neal Earl Armstrong
1977 by Center for Research in Water Resources, Environmental Health Engineering, Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Texas at Austin in Austin .
Written in English
|Statement||by Neal E. Armstrong, and V. Nadine Gordon ; submitted to the Texas Water Development Board.|
|Series||CRWR ;, 152, Technical report (University of Texas at Austin. Center for Research in Water Resources) ;, CRWR-152.|
|Contributions||Gordon, V. Nadine, joint author., Texas Water Development Board.|
|LC Classifications||QK188 .A75|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||129 leaves in various foliations :|
|Number of Pages||129|
|LC Control Number||78622594|
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Exchange Rates for Carbon, Nitrogen, and Phosphorus in Nueces and San Antonio Bay MarshesAuthor: Neal A. Armstrong.
Seasonal changes in exchange rates were plotted and discussed. The exchange rates for carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus for the major plant types were found to be very similar to exchange rates measured previously for similar plant types in Lavaca, Nueces, and San Antonio Bays and the Trinity River delta.
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Report to the Texas Water Development Board by the Center for Research in Water Resources, The University of Texas at Austin, CRWR 3. Exchange rates for carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus in the Colorado River Delta by: 8.
Exchange rates for carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus in Nueces and San Antonio Bay marshes. Center for Research in Water Resources, U. Texas at Cited by: Davis, Stephen Edwards III, "The exchange of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus in dwarf and fringe mangroves of the oligotrophic southern everglades" ().
as hypersaline events in Florida Bay have been linked to reduced freshwater the effect of salinity and season on degradation rates, and the importance ofCited by: 4. Nueces Bay is a northwestern extension of Corpus Christi Bay in the San Patricio and Nueces counties of Texas.
The bay is fed by the Nueces River, forming a natural estuary, which renders it ecologically and economically vital to the surrounding serves as a habitat for the propagation of fish and shellfish, which sustain diverse species of birds and other on: South Texas Gulf Coast. Non-point Source Pollution Assessment of the San Antonio - Nueces Coastal Basin By David R.
Maidment and William K. Saunders Abstract The amount of pollution from non-point sources flowing in the streams of the San Antonio - Nueces coastal basin in South Texas is estimated by a GIS-based met hod using rainfall, runoff and land use data. The stable isotopes of sulfur, nitrogen, and carbon were used to trace organic matter flow in salt marshes and estuarine waters at Sapelo Island, Georgia.
Organic matter inputs from terrestrial sources as detrital input either from forests adjacent to the marshes or from rivers were not detectable by their isotopic signatures in estuarine Cited by: Carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus storage in subtropical seagrass meadows: examples from Florida Bay and Shark Bay James W.
FourqureanA,F, Gary A. KendrickB, Laurel S. CollinsC, Randolph M. ChambersD and Mathew A. VanderkliftE ADepartment of Biological Sciences and Southeast Environmental Research Center, Florida International University, NE st Cited by: Soil organic carbon and nitrogen storage in two southern California salt marshes: the role of pre-restoration vegetation Jason K.
Keller*, Tyler Anthony, Dustin Clark, Kristin Gabriel, Dewmini Gamalath, Ryan Kabala, Julie King, Ladyssara Medina and Monica Nguyen Schmid College of Science and Technology, Chapman University, Orange, CA.
Coastal salt marshes play an important role in maintaining the balance of atmospheric carbon dioxide and serve as carbon sink with an estimated carbon burial rate of g C/m 2 /yr 1.Unlike most Cited by: extensive in Suisun Bay in the northern section of the estu-ary (Fig.
Brackish marshes are ﬂoristically distinctive and contain a greater diversity of plant species than either the salt marshes of San Francisco Bay or the freshwater marshes of the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta (Atwateret al., ).
Part II: This volume contains all hydrographic, nutrient and chlorophyll data collected at discrete sampling depths during in San Antonio Bay and in Nueces/Corpus Christi Bay.
Water samples were normally collected just under the surface by hand and approximately 4 inches above the bottom by a horizontal water sampling by: 3. Nitrogen fixation rates did not consistently vary between natural and restored marshes within a site (Fossei Est, Tezze Fonde, Cenesa) but were negatively related to assayed plant biomass within the acetylene reduction samples collected among all marshes.
Highest nitrogen fixation rates were found at Tezze Fonde, the location closest to the. In coastal ecosystems, C org is called blue carbon, with recent global stock estimates ranging from to Mg C ha −1 (CEC, ), and total sequestration rates exceeding Tg.
Nitrogen cycling and ecosystem exchanges in a Virginia tidal freshwater marsh Article (PDF Available) in Estuaries and Coasts 28(6) April with Reads How we. To Texas Water Development Board TWDB Contract #, Interagency Contract Number  15 December This report covers the hydrography and circulation within Corpus Christi and Nueces Bay and, to a lesser extent, the San Antonio Bay : Anthony F.
Amos. Carbon consumption and nitrogen requirements were estimated for populations of the sandy beach bivalve Donax serra on nine beaches of the west coast of South Africa.
Subtidal populations composed mainly of adult clams were responsible for the bulk of standing stock ( g C m−1), annual carbon consumption (13 g C m−1 yr−1), faeces production ( g C Cited by: For both nitrogen and carbon, higher concentrations were found in the soil surface layers.
Higher soil nitrogen and carbon levels were associated with higher organic matter contents. Most of the nitrogen in the salt marsh occurred in the sediments (0–40 cm) and only ca. –% of the total was found in the by: Corpus Christi Bay is a large saltwater estuary at the mouth of the Nueces River (at 27°46' N, 97°15' W).
It is protected from the waves and storms of the Gulf of Mexico by Mustang Island. The bay is entirely in the jurisdiction of Nueces County, though its northern shoreline is the boundary of San Patricio County.
organic matter and nitrogen with varying success in SFE. Stable nitrogen isotopes were used to demonstrate that groundwater was the primary source of nitrate to the San Joaquin River (Kratzer et al. Stable carbon isotopes were used to trace the source of particulate and dissolved inorganic carbon along the salinity gradient from the Sacra.
Nueces Bay primarily drains the Nueces River Basin, but also drains adjacent portions of the San Antonio–Nueces Coastal Basin to the north and the Nueces Rio Grande Coastal Basin to the south. For this TMDL, the watershed has been delineated as depicted in Figure 2. Runoff from the drainage area upstream of Lake Corpus Christi (Segment ).
Estuaries are among the most productive habitats on the planet. Bacteria in estuary sediments control the turnover of organic carbon and the cycling of nitrogen and sulfur. These communities are complex and primarily made up of uncultured lineages, thus little is known about how ecological and metabolic processes are partitioned in sediments.
De novo Cited by: Introduction. Salt marshes are one of the most powerful carbon (C) sinks on the planet. They bury at a rate ~55 times faster than tropical rainforests (regarded as one of the most significant terrestrial C sinks), and their global carbon burial (up to ± Tg C yr-1 based on preliminary assessments) appears to exceed that of tropical rainforests (53 ± Tg C yr-1).Cited by: Stable carbon and nitrogen isotope composition of aquatic and terrestrial plants of the San Francisco Bay estuarine system James E.
Cloern1 U.S. Geological Survey MS, Middleﬁeld Road, Menlo Park, California Elizabeth A. CanuelCited by: meeting of the nueces river and corpus christi bay and baffin bay basin and bay area stakeholders committee (nueces bbasc) a.m. – p.m. library/community center, campbell avenue, jourdanton, tx j minutes _____.
A is located in the southwest part of the bay and represents a higher salinity area in East Matagorda Bay, and EMB-F is located in the northeast part of the bay nearest the freshwater input (Montagna ).
The macrobenthos survey found that EMB-F had the lowest biomass. of ecosystem carbon stocks for the total area of marshes and seagrass beds in Patos Lagoon are 2, to 6, MgC andtoMgC, respectively. The size of. San Antonio – Nueces Coastal Basin The river at this point is nutrient-rich, with nitrogen and phosphorus contributions from wastewater discharges, non-point source contributions and organic sediments.
the exchange is limited. The San Antonio Bay system‘s hydrogeomorphology is unusual among the Texas bays due to its isolation File Size: 14MB. 3: What do we need Phosphorus to make. We need Phosphorus because it's part of our DNA and RNA,also is the "P" in PTA.
Also we need it in order that nitrogen works. Water and rocks are good sources of Phosphorus. 4: What percentage of the atmosphere is Nitrogen. What form is atmospheric Nitrogen in. 78% percent of the atmosphere is made of. Rates of carbon accumulation vary from the upper to the outer Bay, over which there is a gradient of decreasing tidal range and suspended sediment supply.
In the outer bay, high‐marsh densities are highest ( ± g C cm −3), but carbon accumulation rates over the past 30 years are lowest (76 g C m −2 yr −1).Cited by: carbon storage processes, reducing carbon storage rates to TgC/yr, a – percent change over baseline conditions.
• The results of this modeling exercise indicate that the projected size of the carbon sink associated with terrestrial exports is substantial and sensitive to anthropogenic activity.
Thus, future evaluations of how. Duke University. (, December 18). Coastal marshes more resilient to sea-level rise than previously believed: Increased plant productivity and soil generation help marshes adapt.
ScienceDaily. Long-term carbon sequestration rates of mangroves are very difﬁcult to obtain, but are required to participate in carbon payments (Alongi, ). In this study, we use a unique natural marker (ash horizon from a volcanic eruption inFig. S1 in the Supplement) to calculate soil car-bon sequestration rates during the last century from a large.
salt marshes, and carbon accumulation rates averaged ± g C m-2 yr These rates are comparable to those found in salt marshes further south along the Pacific coast of North America (° N) and at similar latitudes inAuthor: Stephen G. Chastain, Karen Kohfeld, Marlow G.
Pellatt, Marlow G. Pellatt. Studies of estuarine eutrophication have tended to focus on systems with continually flowing rivers, while little is known about estuaries from semi-arid/arid regions.
Here we report results from an assessment of water quality conditions in Baffin Bay, Texas, a shallow (2 fold higher than in three other Texas estuaries. In contrast, inorganic nitrogen (ammonium, nitrate). Soils from Shark Bay had, on average, 21% higher organic carbon content and 35% higher phosphorus content than Florida Bay.
Further, soils from Shark Bay had lower mean dry bulk density ( ± g mL–1) than those from Florida Bay ( ± mg mL–1).Cited by: Groundwater nitrogen processing in Northern Gulf of Mexico restored marshes Eric L.
Sparks a, b, *, Just Cebrian a, b, Craig R. Tobias c, Christopher A. May d a Dauphin Island Sea Lab, Dauphin Island, ALUnited States b University of South Alabama, Department of Marine Sciences, Mobile, ALUnited States c University of Connecticut, Marine Science.
Updated estimates of carbon accumulation rates in coastal marsh sediments X. Ouyang1,2 and S. Lee1 1Australian Rivers Institute-Coast and Estuaries and School of Environment, Grifﬁth University Gold Coast campus, Southport QldAustralia 2Beijing Zhongqi Anxin Environmental Science & Technology Co., Ltd., BeijingChina.
This bibliographic record was either created or modified by the Tall Timbers Research Station and Land Conservancy and is provided without charge to promote research and education in Fire Ecology. The E.V. Komarek Fire Ecology Database is the intellectual property of the Tall Timbers Research Station and Land Conservancy.Biogeochemical Cycling of Carbon, Nitrogen, and Phosphorus in Saltwater Marshes of Lavaca Bay, Texas.
Dawson, A.J. and N.E. Armstrong The Role of Plants in Nutrient Exchange in the Lavaca Bay Brackish Marsh System. Center for Research in Water Resources. Technical Report CRWR, EHEReduced nitrogen deposition accounts for ~35% of the total nitrogen deposition in the U.S. –Contributes to excess nitrogen in ecosystems • Surface water eutrophication and terrestrial biodiversity loss –Contributes to soil and surface water acidification • NH 3 air-surface exchange is bi-directional –Can be emitted (evasion) or deposited.