publication . Conference object . 2005

New Rhizon in situ sampler for pore water studies in aquatic sediments: For example nutrient input from submarine groundwater discharge in costal areas.

Seeberg-Elverfeldt, J.; Schlüter, Michael; Kölling, M.; Feseker, T.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2005
  • Country: Germany
To investigate coastal biogeochemical cycles, especially at the sediment/water interface,improved sampling methods are necessary. For this purpose, we developed apore water in situ sampler with miniature sampling devices, so called Rhizons. Rhizonsoil moisture samplers have been used as sampling devices in unsaturated soilsfor the last ten years. In aquatic science they have been rarely used to extract porewater from sediments. This study presents a new developed Rhizon In Situ Sampler(RISS) as a non-destructive and inexpensive tool for in situ pore water sampling. Fieldexperiments, tracer studies and numerical modeling were combined to assess the suitabilityof ...
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