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  • 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.
  • 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 ...
  • 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.
  • 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, ...