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  • Mean mixed depth of sediments; the wherefore and the why 

    Boudreau, Bernard P.. 1998. "Mean mixed depth of sediments; the wherefore and the why." Limnology and Oceanography 43(3): 524-526.
    No abstract available.
  • Early diagenesis in a marine sapropel, Mangrove Lake, Bermuda 

    Boudreau, Bernard P., Donald E. Canfield, and Alfonso Mucci. 1992. "Early diagenesis in a marine sapropel, Mangrove Lake, Bermuda." Limnology and Oceanography 37(8): 1738-1753.
    No abstract available.
  • Rate of growth of isolated bubbles in sediments with a diagenetic source of methane 

    Boudreau, Bernard P., Bruce S. Gardiner, and Bruce D. Johnson. 2001. "Rate of growth of isolated bubbles in sediments with a diagenetic source of methane." Limnology and Oceanography 46(3): 616-622.
    Observation of bubbles in estuarine and coastal sediments indicates that bubbles at or below 10 cm depth grow on seasonal time scales (May-October). In order to determine the controls on this growth rate, we have constructed ...
  • What controls the mixed-layer depth in deep-sea sediments? The importance of particulate organic carbon flux 

    Boudreau, BP. 2004. "What controls the mixed-layer depth in deep-sea sediments? The importance of particulate organic carbon flux." Limnology and Oceanography 49(2): 620-622.
    No abstract available.
  • Quantifying particle dispersal in aquatic sediments at short time scales: model selection 

    Meysman, Filip J. R., Volodymyr S. Malyuga, Bernard P. Boudreau, and Jack J. Middelburg. 2008. "Quantifying particle dispersal in aquatic sediments at short time scales: model selection." Aquatic Biology 2(3): 239-254.
    In a pulse-tracer experiment, a layer of tracer particles is added to the sediment-water interface, and the down-mixing of these particles is followed over a short time scale. Here, we compared different models (biodiffusion, ...
  • Bioturbation and porosity gradients 

    Mulsow, S., BP Boudreau, and JN Smith. 1998. "Bioturbation and porosity gradients." Limnology and Oceanography 43(1): 1-9.
    Ubiquitous porosity gradients have a potentially important effect on the mixing of particle-bound tracers, such as Pb-210. Mass-depth coordinates cannot be used to deal with these effects if values of the traditional mixing ...
  • Current CaCO3 dissolution at the seafloor caused by anthropogenic CO2 

    Olivier Sulpis, Bernard P. Boudreau, Alfonso Mucci, Chris Jenkins, David S. Trossman, Brian K. Arbic, Robert M. Key. Current CaCO3 dissolution at the seafloor caused by anthropogenic CO2. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2018; 201804250 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1804250115
    Oceanic uptake of anthropogenic CO2 leads to decreased pH, carbonate ion concentration, and saturation state with respect to CaCO3 minerals, causing increased dissolution of these minerals at the deep seafloor. This ...