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» Donner, S.D., and C.J. Kucharik (2008). Corn-based ethanol production compromises goal of reducing nitrogen export by the Mississippi River. PNAS, 105 (11): 4513-4518.

» Goni, M. A., K. C. Ruttenberg, et al. (1997). Sources and contribution of terrigenous organic carbon to surface sediments in the Gulf of Mexico. Nature 389(6648): 275-278.

» D'Sa, E.J., R.L. Miller, and B.A. McKee (2007). Suspended particulate matter dynamics in coastal waters from ocean color: Application to the northern Gulf of Mexico. Geophysical Research Letters, 34: doi: 10.1029/2007GL031192.

» Goni, M. A., K. C. Ruttenberg, et al. (1998). A reassessment of the sources and importance of land-derived organic matter in surface sediments from the Gulf of Mexico. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 62(18): 3055-3075.

» Gordon, E. S. and M. A. Goni (2003). Sources and distribution of terrigenous organic matter delivered by the Atchafalaya River to sediments in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 67(13): 2359-2375.

» Gordon, E. S. and M. A. Goni (2004). Controls on the distribution and accumulation of terrigenous organic matter in sediments from the Mississippi and Atchafalaya river margin. Marine Chemistry 92(1-4): 331-352.

» Green, R. E., T. S. Bianchi, et al. (2006). An organic carbon budget for the Mississippi River turbidity plume and plume contributions to air-sea CO2 fluxes and bottom water hypoxia. Estuaries and Coasts 29(4): 579-597.

» Griffith, Peter C., and Lawrence R. Pomeroy (1995). Seasonal ans spatial variations in pelagic community respiration on the southeastern U.S. continental shelf. Continental Shelf Research, 15: 815-825.

» Hofmann, Eileen et al. The USECoS Team (2008). Eastern U.S. Continental Shelf Carbon Budget. Oceanography, 21(1): 32-50.

» Mitra, S., T.S. Bianchi, B.A. McKee and M. Sutula (2002). Black Carbon from the Mississippi River: Quantities, Sources, and Potential Implications for the Global Carbon Cycle. Environ. Sci. Technol., 36: 2296-2302.

» Raymond, P. A., N. H. Oh, et al. (2008). Anthropogenically enhanced fluxes of water and carbon from the Mississippi River. Nature 451(7177): 449-452.

» Waterson, E.J., and E.A. Canuel (2008). Sources of sedimentary organic matter in the Mississippi River and adjacent Gulf of Mexico as revealed by lipid biomarker and δ13CTOC analyses. Organic Geochemistry, 39: 422-439.

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