The impact of typhoons on the biogeochemistry of dissolved organic matter in eutrophic bays in northwestern South China Sea

Xuan Lu Qibin Lao Fajin Chen Guangzhe Jin Chunqing Chen Qingmei Zhu

Xuan Lu, Qibin Lao, Fajin Chen, Guangzhe Jin, Chunqing Chen, Qingmei Zhu. The impact of typhoons on the biogeochemistry of dissolved organic matter in eutrophic bays in northwestern South China Sea[J]. Acta Oceanologica Sinica. doi: 10.1007/s13131-023-2283-6
Citation: Xuan Lu, Qibin Lao, Fajin Chen, Guangzhe Jin, Chunqing Chen, Qingmei Zhu. The impact of typhoons on the biogeochemistry of dissolved organic matter in eutrophic bays in northwestern South China Sea[J]. Acta Oceanologica Sinica. doi: 10.1007/s13131-023-2283-6

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The impact of typhoons on the biogeochemistry of dissolved organic matter in eutrophic bays in northwestern South China Sea

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  • Figure  1.  Map of the passage and intensity (wind speed) of Typhoon Ewiniar, and the sampling stations in Zhanjiang Bay, northwestern South China Sea, during the pre- and post-typhoon periods.

    Figure  2.  The rainfall and wind-stress during the typhoon Ewiniar. (a) and (b) are accumulated rainfall before (May 01-14) and during and after (June 07–20) typhoon passage (https://disc.gsfc.nasa.gov/datasets/TRMM_3B42_Daily_7/summary). (c) is the numerical model results and (d) is the satellite observations. The daily data of numerical models are obtained from Global Ocean Hourly Reprocessed Sea Surface Wind and Stress from Scatterometer and Model (https://data.marine.copernicus.eu/product/WIND_GLO_PHY_L4_MY_012_006/ description). The daily data of satellite observations are obtained from Global Ocean Daily Gridded Sea Surface Winds from Scatterometer (https://data.marine.copernicus.eu/product/WIND_GLO_WIND_L3_NRT_OBSERVATIONS_012_002/description).

    Figure  3.  Surface distribution of temperature, salinity, DO, DO%, and AOU in the Zhanjiang Bay during pre- and post-typhoon periods.

    Figure  4.  Surface distribution of Chl a, DIN (NH4++ NO2+ NO3), PO43−, and SiO32− in the Zhanjiang Bay during pre- and post-typhoon periods.

    Figure  5.  Surface distribution of a254, a325, and S275-295in the Zhanjiang Bay during pre- and post-typhoon periods.

    Figure  6.  Surface and bottom distribution of C1, C2, C3, HIX, BIX and FI in the Zhanjiang Bay during pre- and post-typhoon periods.

    Figure  7.  Variations of a254 (m−1) (a, b), a325 (m−1) (c, d), C1 (10−2 RU) (e, f), C2 (10−2 RU) (g, h), C3 (10 −2 RU) (i, j) along with salinity in the water of Zhanjiang Bay during the pre-typhoon and post-typhoon. The red stars denote the low-salinity and high-salinity end-members used in this study.

    Figure  8.  Transect distribution of S275-295, Δa254, Δa325, ΔC1, ΔC2, and ΔC3 in the Zhanjiang Bay during pre- and post-typhoon periods.

    Figure  9.  Simplified schematic sketch summarizing the decomposition of OM in Zhanjiang Bay, northwestern South China Sea, during the pre- and post-typhoon periods.

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