Interactive comment on "Methane emission and consumption at a North Sea gas seep (Tommeliten area)" by H. Niemann et al

Niemann, H.
December 2005
Biogeosciences;2005 Supplement, pS588
Academic Journal
Presents a response by H. Niemann, et al, to a comment on their article "Methane Emission and Consumption at a North Sea Gas Seep," which appeared in the 2005 issue of "Biogeosciences Discussions." Consequences of possible sample contamination on rate measurements; Presence of non-zero sulphate concentrations in highly active systems; Effect of sulphate contamination.


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