Methane and nitrous oxide emissions from coastal, estuarine and freshwater systems in subtropical Australia

Musenze, Ronald, Grinham, Alistair, Werner, Ursula, Udy, James and Yuan, Zhiguo (2013). Methane and nitrous oxide emissions from coastal, estuarine and freshwater systems in subtropical Australia. In: EGU General Assembly 2013. European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2013, Vienna, Austria, (6725-6725). 7-12 April 2013.

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Author Musenze, Ronald
Grinham, Alistair
Werner, Ursula
Udy, James
Yuan, Zhiguo
Title of paper Methane and nitrous oxide emissions from coastal, estuarine and freshwater systems in subtropical Australia
Conference name European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2013
Conference location Vienna, Austria
Conference dates 7-12 April 2013
Proceedings title EGU General Assembly 2013
Journal name Geophysical Research Abstracts
Place of Publication Goettingen, Germany
Publisher Copernicus
Publication Year 2013
Sub-type Published abstract
ISSN 1607-7962
Volume 15
Start page 6725
End page 6725
Total pages 1
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
During 2010 - 2012, we studied CH4 and N2O fluxes from a subtropical coastal embayment, an estuary and four lakes for urban water supplies, which are of different sizes (49 – 10,940 ha) and catchment characteristics. We used both indirect (based on surface water CH4 and N2O concentrations and gas transfer models) and direct (flux chambers and robotics) methods to quantify the fluxes...
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Additional Notes Presented during Biogeosciences Session BG1.6 "Towards a full greenhouse gas balance of the biosphere (terrestrial & aquatic ecosystems)".

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