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Bibliographie de l'Institut Maurice-Lamontagne

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RUNGE, J., J. GAMBLE, L. HUTCHINGS, G.-A. PAFFENHOFER, W. PETERSON, S. SUNDBY, 1994. Zooplankton variability and fish population dynamics : perspectives for study within the context of GLOBEC National Programs. Globec. INT News, March 1994: 11-14.

SUNDBY, B., N. SILVERBERG, B. BOUDREAU, R. CRANSTON, S. DEMERS, Y. GRATTON, M. LUCOTTE, A. MUCCI, E. PELLETIER, R. PETT, J. SMITH, P. YEATS, 1991. Report of the Workshop on Chemical Oceanography and Sedimentology. Pages 13-22 in J.-C. Therriault (ed.). The Gulf of St. Lawrence : small ocean or big estuary ? Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans (Can. Spec. Publ. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 113).

SUNDBY, B., N. SILVERBERG, B. BOUDREAU, R. CRANSTON, S. DEMERS, Y. GRATTON, M. LUCOTTE, A. MUCCI, E. PELLETIER, R. PETT, J. SMITH, P. YEATS, 1991. Rapport de l'atelier de travail sur l'océanographie chimique et la sédimentologie. Pages 13-22 in J.-C. Therriault (éd.). Le golfe du Saint-Laurent : petit océan ou grand estuaire? Ministère des pêches et des océans (Publ. spéc. can. sci. halieut. aquat., 113).

SUNDBY, B., J.M. BEWERS, 1991. Brief overview of the chemical oceanography of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Pages 91-98 in J.-C. Therriault (ed.). The Gulf of St. Lawrence : small ocean or big estuary ? Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans (Can. Spec. Publ. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 113).

BOOIJ, K., W. HELDER, B. SUNDBY, 1991. Rapid redistribution of oxygen in a sandy sediment induced by changes in the flow velocity of the overlying water. Neth. J. Sea Res., 28: 149-165.

SILVERBERG, N., B. SUNDBY, 1990. Sediment-water interaction and early diagenesis in the Laurentian Trough. Pages 202-238 in M.I. El-Sabh & N. Silverberg (ed.). Oceanography of a large-scale estuarine system : the St. Lawrence. Springer-Verlag Berlin (Coastal and estuarine studies, 39).

NOLTING, R.F., B. SUNDBY, J.C. DUINKER, 1990. Behaviour of minor and major elements in suspended matter in the Rhine and Meuse rivers and estuary. Sci. Total Environ., 97/98: 169-183.

GRATTON, Y., H.M. EDENBORN, N. SILVERBERG, B. SUNDBY, 1990. A mathematical model for manganese diagenesis in bioturbated sediments. Am. J. Sci., 290: 246-262.

NOLTING, R.F., B. SUNDBY, J.C. DUINKER, 1989. Minor and major elements in suspended matter in the Rhine and Meuse rivers and estuary. Neth. J. Sea Res., 23: 255-261.

HALL, P.O.J., L.G, ANDERSON, M.M. RUTGERS VAN DER LOEFF, B. SUNDBY, S.F.G. WESTERLUND, 1989. Oxygen uptake kinetics in the benthic boundary layer. Limnol. Oceanogr., 34: 734-746.

GUST, G., K. BOOIJ, W. HELDER, B. SUNDBY, 1987. On the velocity sensitivity (stirring effect) of polarographic oxygen microelectrodes. Neth. J. Sea Res., 21: 255-263.

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The current-output by oxygen microelectrodes in water decreases substantially at low flow velocities because of the increased importance of the mass-transfer resistance that is posed by the boundary layer surrounding the probe. The magnitude of this velocity effect increases with increasing sensitivity of the probe. Thus, depending on the probe, 10 to 50 % reduction in current output were observed between free flow and zero flow at the same oxygen concentration. Before using microelectrodes to measure oxygen in sediment pore waters, they must be tested for the magnitude of the velocity effect and, if necessary, calibrated in zero-flow water. Caution is advised in interpreting data obtained with oxygen microelectrodes in the low velocity region near solid-fluid interfaces unless both the velocity gradient in this region and the velocity effect on the electrode are known.©1987 Elsevier B.V.

GOBEIL, C., N. SILVERBERG, B. SUNDBY, D. COSSA, 1987. Cadmium diagenesis in Laurentian Trough sediments. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 51: 589-596 .