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Investigating organic matter in Fanno Creek, Oregon, Part 3 of 3: identifying and quantifying sources of organic matter to an urban stream

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Goldman, J.H., Rounds, S.A., Keith, M.K., Sobieszczyk, S., 2014, Investigating organic matter in Fanno Creek, Oregon, Part 3 of 3—Identifying and quantifying sources of organic matter to an urban stream: J. Hydrol., v. 519D, 3028-3041, doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2014.07.033

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The sources, transport, and characteristics of organic matter (OM) in Fanno Creek, an urban stream in northwest Oregon, were assessed and quantified using: (1) optical instruments to calculate transported loads of dissolved, particulate, and total organic carbon, (2) fluorescence spectroscopy and stable isotope ratios (δ13C, δ15N) to elucidate sources and chemical properties of OM throughout the basin, and (3) synoptic sampling to investigate seasonal and hydrologic variations in the characteristics and quantity of OM. Results from this study indicate that of the roughly 324 (±2.9%) metric tons (tonnes, t) of organic carbon exported from the basin during March 2012 to March 2013, most of the OM in Fanno Creek was dissolved (72%) and [...]

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