His primary scientific interests are in Hydrology, Oceanography, Total organic carbon, Drainage basin and Boreal. The Hydrology study combines topics in areas such as Vegetation, Biogeochemistry and Weathering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Igneous rock and Methane.
Carl-Magnus Mörth has researched Total organic carbon in several fields, including Physical geography, Dissolved organic carbon, Subarctic climate and Global change. His research in Drainage basin intersects with topics in Land use, Surface water, Environmental protection, Marine ecosystem and Eutrophication. Carl-Magnus Mörth studied Boreal and Wetland that intersect with Stream network and Seasonality.
His primary areas of investigation include Hydrology, Oceanography, Drainage basin, Environmental chemistry and Total organic carbon. His Hydrology research includes themes of Peat, Boreal and Soil water. His study focuses on the intersection of Oceanography and fields such as Sediment with connections in the field of Bay and Water pollution.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Drainage basin, Surface water are connected with Acid rain and other disciplines. His Total organic carbon research incorporates themes from Permafrost, Carbon cycle and Organic matter. His research in Dissolved organic carbon focuses on subjects like Climate change, which are connected to Physical geography.
Oceanography, Arctic, Total organic carbon, Drainage basin and Environmental chemistry are his primary areas of study. His study in Oceanography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Glacial period, Structural basin and Biogeochemical cycle. His Total organic carbon study incorporates themes from Permafrost, Dissolved organic carbon and Organic matter.
His Permafrost research incorporates elements of Global warming and STREAMS. His research investigates the link between Dissolved organic carbon and topics such as Carbon cycle that cross with problems in Subarctic climate. His Drainage basin research is classified as research in Hydrology.
His primary areas of study are Drainage basin, Arctic, Oceanography, Hydrology and Groundwater. He has included themes like Hydrogeology, Permafrost, Spring and Tributary in his Drainage basin study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Total organic carbon, Frost weathering, Soil organic matter, Weathering and Subsurface flow.
His Arctic research includes elements of Glacial period, Stadial, Geophysics, Sea level and Methane. His research in Oceanography intersects with topics in Abyssal plain and Biogeochemical cycle. His Hydrology research includes themes of Snow and Subarctic climate.
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Nitrogen fluxes from the landscape are controlled by net anthropogenic nitrogen inputs and by climate
Robert Howarth;Dennis Swaney;Gilles Billen;Josette Garnier.
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (2012)
CO2 supersaturation along the aquatic conduit in Swedish watersheds as constrained by terrestrial respiration, aquatic respiration and weathering.
Christoph Humborg;Carl-Magnus Mörth;Marcus Sundbom;Hans Borg.
Global Change Biology (2010)
Landscape-scale variability of acidity and dissolved organic carbon during spring flood in a boreal stream network
Ishi Buffam;Hjalmar Laudon;Hjalmar Laudon;Johan Temnerud;Johan Temnerud;Carl-Magnus Mörth.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
Decreased silica land-sea fluxes through damming in the Baltic Sea catchment - significance of particle trapping and hydrological alterations
C. Humborg;M. Pastuszak;Juris Aigars;H. Siegmund.
Changes in groundwater chemistry before two consecutive earthquakes in Iceland
Alasdair Skelton;Margareta Andrén;Hrefna Kristmannsdóttir;Gabrielle Stockmann.
Nature Geoscience (2014)
Evaluating regional variation of net anthropogenic nitrogen and phosphorus inputs (NANI/NAPI), major drivers, nutrient retention pattern and management implications in the multinational areas of Baltic Sea basin
Bongghi Hong;Dennis P. Swaney;Carl-Magnus Mörth;Erik Smedberg.
Ecological Modelling (2012)
Management options and effects on a marine ecosystem : Assessing the future of the Baltic
Fredrik Wulff;Oleg P. Savchuk;Alexander Sokolov;Christoph Humborg.
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment (2007)
Nonconservative behavior of dissolved organic carbon across the Laptev and East Siberian seas
Vanja Alling;Laura Sanchez-Garcia;Don Porcelli;Sveta Pugach.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2010)
Hydrogeochemistry of Fe and Mn in small boreal streams: The role of seasonality, landscape type and scale
Louise Björkvald;Ishi Buffam;Hjalmar Laudon;Hjalmar Laudon;Carl-Magnus Mörth.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2006)
Nutrient variations in boreal and subarctic Swedish rivers: Landscape control of land- sea fluxes
Christoph Humborg;Erik Smedberg;Sven Blomqvist;Carl-Magnus Mörth.
Limnology and Oceanography (2004)
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