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Research article
19 Feb 2016
Research article |  | 19 Feb 2016

Uncertainty and sensitivity in optode-based shelf-sea net community production estimates

Tom Hull, Naomi Greenwood, Jan Kaiser, and Martin Johnson


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We explore the estimation of NCP using an oxygen time series from a surface mooring located in the River Thames plume. Our study site is identified as a region of net heterotrophy with strong seasonal variability. Short-term daily variability in oxygen and horizontal advection is demonstrated to make accurate estimates challenging. The effects of bubble-induced supersaturation is shown to have a large influence on cumulative annual estimates.
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