Sökning: "allochthonous material"
Hittade 5 avhandlingar innehållade orden allochthonous material.
Sammanfattning : Cross-boundary movements of energy and material are ubiquitous. Freshwater ecosystems receive nutrients, dissolved, and particulate organic matter from adjacent terrestrial ecosystems, whereas terrestrial ecosystems mainly receive prey organisms and detritus deposited by physical processes such as floods from freshwater ecosystems. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The classical view of primary community assembly is that colonisation by plants is essential before invertebrates can establish. It has been recognised, however, that invertebrates can establish before plants, and that they may be important in the first steps of community assembly. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Organic substrates for pelagic bacteria are derived from dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in the water column that originates either from primary production from within the lake itself (autochthonous), or import of organic matter from the terrestrial watershed (allochthonous production). This thesis addresses the utilization of allochthonous versus autochthonous carbon (C) sources by lake bacterioplankton. LÄS MER
4. Genesis and Diagenesis of the Phosphatic Hardground of the Holm Dal Formation (Late Middle Cambrian), North Greenland
Sammanfattning : The phosphatic hardground of the Holm Dal Formation (late Middle Cambrian) of North Greenland is composed of two parts: one basal with abundant allochthonous material and an upper part without an allochthonous component. It was formed by release of phosphate, by bacterial degradation, from organic matter which accumulated in lime mudstones on which the hardground developed. LÄS MER
5. Origin and mobility of major and key trace elements (Cs, YREEs) in fracture groundwater in the upper 1.2 kilometres of coastal granitoids - Implications for future repositories of spent nuclear fuel
Sammanfattning : This thesis focuses on the chemical and isotopic features of groundwater residing in the upper 1.2 km of sparsely fractured crystalline bedrock of the Baltic Shield. LÄS MER