Pore water chemistry of samples near the sediment-water interface, supplement to: Seeberg-Elverfeldt, Jens; Schlüter, Michael; Feseker, Tomas; Kölling, Martin (2005): Rhizon sampling of pore waters near the sediment/water interface of aquatic systems. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, 3, 361-371

Jens Seeberg-Elverfeldt, Michael Schlüter, Tomas Feseker & Martin Kölling
Rhizon samplers were originally designed as micro-tensiometers for soil science to sample seepage water in the unsaturated zone. This study shows applications of Rhizons for porewater sampling from sediments in aquatic systems and presents a newly developed Rhizon in situ sampler (RISS). With the inexpensive Rhizon sampling technique, porewater profiles can be sampled with minimum disturbance of both the sediment structure and possible flow fields. Field experiments, tracer studies, and numerical modeling were combined to...
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