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Importance of submarine groundwater discharge (SGWD) and seawater cycling to material flux across sediment/water interfaces in marine environments



Importance of submarine groundwater discharge (SGWD) and seawater cycling to material flux across sediment/water interfaces in marine environments



Marine Ecology Progress Series 84(2): 173-184



The movement of water across sediment/water interfaces is very important to the ecology of aquatic habitats. Submarine groundwater discharge (SGWD) occurs primarily by advective flow and may be due to a variety of factors. In nearshore marine environments, the major factor is probably groundwater flow from upland regions. In oceanic environments, SGWD is probably influenced more by tides and surge action. SGWD, therefore, represents various mixtures of fresh groundwater and seawater.

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