Chemical and isotopic composition of interstitial waters from the Kara Sea and Yenisey estuary, supplement to: Lein, Alla Yu; Miller, Yury M; Namsaraev, Bair B; Pimenov, Nikolay V; Rusanov, Igor I; Savvichev, Alexander S; Ivanov, Mikhail V; Pavlova, Galina A (1995): Biogeochemical processes of sulfur turnover in the early stages of sediment diagenesis along the Yenisey River - Kara Sea section. Oceanology, 34, 619-629

Alla Yu Lein, Yury M Miller, Bair B Namsaraev, Nikolay V Pimenov, Igor I Rusanov, Alexander S Savvichev, Michael Ivanov & Galina A Pavlova
Processes of early sediment diagenesis, including chemical composition of interstitial waters, content of different sulfur compounds, and rates of sulfate reduction were investigated. Along a profile from the Yenisey River to the Kara Sea, sulfate reduction intensities were high (up to 1.5 µg S/kg/day) in the delta region and in its northern part. Intensities were comparable to those found in shallow-water sediments of the North Sea. In estuarine sediments, where different transformations were possible, lower...
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