Long-term biogenic particle fluxes in the Bering Sea and the central subarctic Pacific Ocean, supplement to: Takahashi, Kyoma; Fujitani, N; Yanada, M; Maita, Y (2000): Long-term biogenic particle fluxes in the Bering Sea and the central subarctic Pacific Ocean, 1990-1995. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, 47(9), 1723-1759

Kyoma Takahashi, N Fujitani, M Yanada & Y Maita
Time-series sediment traps were deployed for five consecutive years in two distinctively different subarctic marine environments. The centrally located subarctic pelagic Station SA (49°N, 174°W; water depth 5406 m) was simultaneously studied along with the marginal sea Station AB (53.5°N, 177°W; water depth 3788 m) in the Aleutian Basin of the Bering Sea. A mooring system was tethered to the sea-floor with a PARFLUX type trap with 13 sample bottles, which was placed at 600...
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