Nitrogen Cycling in Estuaries


The NICE project will study the fate of anthropogenic nitrogen discharged into estuaries and coastal waters. The removal of nitrogen in these waters will be quantified in order to evaluate to what extent nitrogen is being transported from land to the open seas. The importance of benthic primary producers, tidal amplitude and climate on nitrogen cycling will be investigated.

Objectives and approach
Partnership
Role of Participants
Work content
Economic and social impacts
Links to other ELOISE projects
References
Information for project participants (restricted access) 
Publication list from NICE
Publication lists from other ELOISE projects
Protocol handbook for download (PDF-file, 448 KB)


NICE is a project funded by the European Union under the framework of MAST III (Marine Science and Technology III) and ELOISE (European Land-Ocean Interaction Studies). The project started in June 1996 and is scheduled to run for 3 years.

This page is maintained by Tage Dalsgaard (tda@dmu.dk) and was last updated 29 maj, 2000.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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