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FIGURE 13.5 Results from a model incorporating two-dimensional particle size spectra, fractal kernel, and a planktonic food web. This is similar to the model of Jackson44 but for conditions more typical of the North Atlantic. Concentrations and fluxes for "bins," size ranges whose upper masses are twice their lower and whose upper value of rDf are twice their lower. (a) Concentration in each bin; (b) flux out of mixed layer for particles in the bin. There are three particle sources: colloids, algae, and fecal pellets. The results are an example of using multidimensional particle size spectra to incorporate multiple particle types.

FIGURE 13.5 Results from a model incorporating two-dimensional particle size spectra, fractal kernel, and a planktonic food web. This is similar to the model of Jackson44 but for conditions more typical of the North Atlantic. Concentrations and fluxes for "bins," size ranges whose upper masses are twice their lower and whose upper value of rDf are twice their lower. (a) Concentration in each bin; (b) flux out of mixed layer for particles in the bin. There are three particle sources: colloids, algae, and fecal pellets. The results are an example of using multidimensional particle size spectra to incorporate multiple particle types.

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