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As the second largest carbon pool, soil has a high CO2 content, and it has an important impact on water–rock interactions and the bacterial community structure and diversity in soils. In this paper, three sets of laboratory simulation experiments under six levels of partial pressure CO2 (pCO2)...
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Geomorphological (landform) aspects have long been known to control groundwater conditions in an area. Thus, combining the hydrogeological and geomorphological aspects (lithology, genesis, and morphology) becomes a prospective approach for understanding and delineating the hydrogeochemical...
Seagrass systems are integral components of both local and global carbon cycles and can substantially modify seawater biogeochemistry, which has ecological ramifications. However, the influence of seagrass on porewater biogeochemistry has not been fully described, and the exact role of this...
Ultra-trace (< 1 ng g−1) rare earth elements and yttrium (REE + Y) and high field strength element (HFSE) geochemistry of freshwater can constrain element sources, aqueous processes in hydrologic catchments, and the signature of dissolved terrestrial fluxes to the oceans. This study details an...
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