Measurements of Suspended Matter Dynamics in the German Bight

  • P. König
  • A. Frohse
  • H. Klein

Abstract

By definition, Suspended Particulate Matter (SPM) comprises all suspended particles with a diameter of > 0.4 μm. It is the amount of all material in a water sample which remains after filtration on a filter with a pore size of 0.4 μm.

Keywords

Combustion Dioxide Filtration Sedimentation Geochemistry 

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  • P. König
  • A. Frohse
  • H. Klein

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