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Y. Qi, Fu, W., Tian, J., Luo, C., Shan, S., Sun, S., Ren, P., Zhang, H., Liu, J., Zhang, X., and Wang, X., Dissolved black carbon is not likely a significant refractory organic carbon pool in rivers and oceansAbstract, Nature Communications, vol. 11, no. 1, 2020.
Z. Qin, Storozum, M., Liu, H., Zhang, X., and Kidder, T. R., Investigating environmental changes as the driving force of agricultural intensification in the lower reaches of the Yellow River: A case study at the Sanyangzhuang site, Quaternary International, vol. 521, pp. 25 - 34, 2019.
B. Qu, Sillanpää, M., Li, C., Kang, S., Stubbins, A., Yan, F., Aho, K. Sue, Zhou, F., and Raymond, P. A., Aged dissolved organic carbon exported from rivers of the Tibetan Plateau, PLOS ONE, vol. 12, no. 5, p. e0178166, 2017.
P. Quay, Sonnerup, R., Munro, D., and Sweeney, C., Anthropogenic CO2 accumulation and uptake rates in the Pacific Ocean based on changes in the C-13/C-12 of dissolved inorganic carbon, GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES, vol. 31, pp. 59-80, 2017.
P. D. Quay, Sonnerup, R., Westby, T., Stutsman, J., and McNichol, A. P., Changes in the 13C/12C of dissolved inorganic carbon in the ocean as a tracer of anthropogenic CO2 uptake, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 4-1 - 4-20, 2002.
P. Quay, Sonnerup, R., Westby, T., Stutsman, J., and McNichol, A., Changes in the 13C/12C of dissolved inorganic carbon in the ocean as a tracer of anthropogenic CO2 uptake, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, vol. 17, pp. 1-4, 2003.
P. D. Quay, Sonnerup, T., Westby, J., Stutsman, J., and McNichol, A. P., Changes of the 13C/12C of dissolved inorganic carbon in the ocean as a tracer of anthropogenic C)2 uptake, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, vol. 17, no. 1004, 2003.
M. Quintela, Costa, P. J. M., Fatela, F., Drago, T., Hoska, N., Andrade, C., and Freitas, M. C., The AD 1755 tsunami deposits onshore and offshore of Algarve (south Portugal): Sediment transport interpretations based on the study of Foraminifera assemblages, Quaternary International, vol. 408, Part A, pp. 123 - 138, 2016.