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Although the gradient of nitrate across the sediment–water interface in mangrove forests indicates a diffusive release into the overlying water, measured fluxes are generally directed into the sediment (Fig. 9). , 1998). , 2001; Holmer & Olsen, 2002). These processes serve as efficient mechanisms for nutrient conservation. The availability of sediment nutrients to microbes and plants is complicated by geochemical processes, such as the involvement of some nutrients in MANGROVES OF SOUTHEAST ASIA 19 adsorption reactions to clay minerals.
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