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Sedimentary phosphorus in the Pamlico estuary of North Carolina.

Joseph B. Upchurch

Sedimentary phosphorus in the Pamlico estuary of North Carolina.

by Joseph B. Upchurch

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Published by Sea Grant Program, School of Public Health, University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Estuaries -- North Carolina -- Pamlico River.,
  • Phosphorus.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSea grant publication UNC-SG-72-03, Sea Grant publication (Raleigh, N.C.) -- UNC-SG-72-03.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination39 p.
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14135954M

    NUTRIENT MODELS FOR ENGINEERING MANAGEWENT OF PAMLTCO ESTUARY, NORTH CAROLINA Donald T. Lauria and Charles R, O'Melia Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering Universi. To identify relationships between freshwater input and marsh soil properties, measurements of bulk density, nutrients (carbon [C], nitrogen 23528, phosphorus [P]), accretion, and accumulation were compared in tidal marshes of three estuaries of Georgia that varied in delivery of freshwater.

    The report is the first in a series being developed to assist US EPA implement its Near Coastal Waters and National Estuary Programs. It summarizes estimates of the relative susceptibility and status of 17 estuaries on the East Coast from North Carolina through Florida with respect to nutrient. Ecology of the Pamlico River, North Carolina: an estuarine profile Technical Report Copeland, B.J. ; Hodson, R.G. ; Riggs, S.R. The Pamlico River Estuary in eastern North Carolina is a continuation of the freshwater Tar River and a major tributary to Pamlico Sound, the primary estuarine fishing ground of .

    [1] From June to July , we conducted 27 continuous‐flow surveys of surface water CO 2 partial pressure (pCO 2) along the longitudinal axis of the Neuse River Estuary (NRE), North Carolina ranging from the tidal freshwater region to the polyhaline border with the Pamlico l transects were also conducted at the borders of each of three hydrologically distinct sections.   Three sequential hurricanes, Dennis, Floyd, and Irene, affected coastal North Carolina in September and October These hurricanes inundated the region with up to 1 m of rainfall, causing to year flooding in the watershed of the Pamlico Sound, the largest lagoonal estuary in the United States and a key West Atlantic fisheries nursery.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Copeland, B. J., Phosphorus and eutrophication in the Pamlico River estuary, N.C., [Raleigh], [Water.

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The C: N and stable C isotope ratios (δ 13 C) of sedimentary and seston organic C (OC) were used to identify OC sources and sites of deposition in two large estuaries in North the upper 10 km of the oligohaline zones, C: N ratios of sediment are characteristic of particulate terrestrial plant.

To The Citizens of North Carolina: The national significance of the Albemarle-Pamlico estuarine system can not be emphasized enough. As the second largest estuary in the nation and having a principal importance to the fisheries of the eastern seaboard, this system must.

Sound. The Neuse River Basin is North Carolina’s fourth largest basin and contains roughly one-sixth of the state’s population. Since it feeds one of the nation’s largest and most productive coastal estuaries (Albemarle-Pamlico), the Neuse has played a prominent role in the state’s fishing history.

The Albemarle-Pamlico estuary system. The largest North Carolina estuary is Pamlico Sound. Water drains into this system from eastern North Carolina and southeastern Virginia, from the Chowan, Roanoke, Pasquotank, Pamlico, and Neuse Rivers, from marshes, swamps, forests, and grasslands.

WHY ESTUARIES ARE IMPORTANT. Estuaries help control erosion and reduce flooding of the mainland. This study used a source-to-sink approach and quantified rates of shoreline erosion in the Tar-Pamlico sub-estuary, a tributary of the larger Albemarle-Pamlico Estuarine System (APES). The average shoreline change rate (SCR) determined using an end-point method was − ± m yr −1 for the Tar-Pamlico.

Trends in Pamlico River estuary ammonia nitrogen (NH4), nitrate nitrogen (NO3), phosphate phosphorus (PO4), chlorophyll a (chl a) and dissolved oxygen. PDF | For at least the past several decades, North Carolina's Neuse River Estuary (NRE) has been subject to water quality problems relating to increased | Find, read and cite all the research.

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J (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : B. J Copeland. About Cookies, including instructions on how to turn off cookies if you wish to do so. By continuing to browse this site you agree to us using cookies as described in. Microbial ATP and Organic Carbon in Sediments of the Newport River Estuary, North Carolina Preliminary Studies with a Large Plastic Enclosure The Detritus-Based Food Web of an Estuarine Mangrove Community Sources and Fates of Nutrients of the Pamlico River Estuary, North Carolina Nutrient Inputs to the Coastal Zone: The Georgia and South.

Albemarle-Pamlico Baseline Water Quality Monitoring Data Summary, North Carolina Department of Environment, Health, and Natural Resources, Division of Environmental Management, Water Quality Section, - Water quality - 80 pages.

North Carolina, USA Received: 29 March – Published in Biogeosciences Discuss.: 16 April trogen, phosphorus and carbon, into the water column. Thus, the Neuse River Estuary (NRE. Estuaries are biologically productive transition zones between land and sea that play a vital role in transforming, recycling, and sequestering nutrients and organic matter, thus influencing nutrient loading to coastal systems.

Yet, the processes involved in phosphorus (P) transformation and cycling among inorganic and organic P forms are poorly known in estuaries. Anthropogenic disruptions of the sedimentary record in coastal marshes: examples from the southern Bay of Biscay.

Albemarle-Pamlico Estuarine System, North Carolina, USA. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. 11, Pamlico River Estuary, NC.

Estuarine, Coastal, and Shelf Science. DOI /s. Abstract. To test the effects of phosphorus mining waste water (SPW) and domestic sewage on the growth of phytoplankton in the Pamlico River estuary, six m 3 artificial estuaries and eight 15 m 3 plastic pools were constructed.

Measurements of phytoplankton biomass and abundance of blue-green algae were made at regular intervals in estuaries and pools that contained various concentrations.Coastal North Carolina, USA, has experienced three extreme tropical cyclone-driven flood events sincecausing catastrophic human impacts from flooding and leading to major alterations of.Originating in the Piedmont region of North Carolina, both the Neuse and Pamlico River basins flow through the coastal plain and eventually empty into Pamlico Sound.

The Neuse and Pamlico water-sheds compr km2, respectively (Matson and Brinson, ) with a mean depth of approximately m. Average annual discharge of.