CIESM Workshop Monographs, n°28
Production and fate of Dissolved Organic Matter in the Mediterranean Sea
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I - Executive summary
II - Workshop communications
- Dissolved Organic Matter and planktonic engineering.
- Food web driven dynamics of Dissolved Organic Matter in the Mediterranean Sea .
- A geochemical approach to the origin and fate of DOM in the Mediterranean Sea .
- Dying plankton as a source of Dissolved Organic Matter.
- Degradation of complex polysaccharides in marine pelagic communities.
- Production and fate of Dissolved Organic Matter in the Mediterranean : formation and function of giant gels in the northern Adriatic .
- Production and fate of autochthonous DOM: an experimental approach.
- Dissolved primary production and response of prokaryotic heterotrophs.
- Prokaryotic ectoenzyme activity in surface waters of the Mediterranean .
- Characterisation and cycling of Dissolved Organic Matter in the north-western Mediterranean Sea .
- Composition and formation of macroaggregates in the northern Adriatic Sea .
- Bacterial heterotrophic activity in the sea surface microlayer of the coastal Mediterranean Sea .
- Ultra-violet radiation may affect bacterial cycling of Dissolved Organic Matter in the Mediterranean Sea : a case study, a review.
- Struggling with the ill-defined notions of stability, resistance and lability.
III - Bibliographic references
IV - List of participants