The macro fraction consistently had lower SOC concentrations than the bulk samples; the micro fraction and MAOM fractions had higher SOC concentrations than the bulk samples.
In the micro and MAOM fractions Ef was >1, similar at all depths and showed no trend.
The oldest radiocarbon ages were consistently in the macro fraction; the micro and MAOM fractions were younger and had similar ages.
The relative degree of aggregation (Table 2) shows that the macro fraction is highly aggregated and that the particles in this fraction appear to be primarily derived from the MAOM fraction, as the increase in RDA of the macro fraction is nearly identical to the decrease in RDA of the MAOM fraction.
Committee Members: Amy Franciscus, RN, BSN, Chair, Terri Aldama, RN, MSN, CRNFA, Jenna Andersen, RN, Marion Antonelli, RN, Stephanie Brady, RN; Christi Brito, RN, MSN, Kerry Cassens, RN, Erishae Corinthian, RN, BSN, Andie Denious, MS, RN, Jenelle Dougherty, RN, Nicolette Estrada, PhD, MAOM
, FNP, RN, Lucy Flaaten, EdD, MS, RN, Angie Golden, DNP, RN, FNP-C, Mary Griffith, MN, RN, Rory Hays, JD (AzNA Lobbyist), Laurie House, RN, BSN, Charlie Kelley, RN, MSN, Ray Kronenbitter, RN, MSN, Scarlette Kronenbitter, RN, Jennifer Mensik, PhD, RN, (AzNA President and ex-officio committee member), Pat Mews, RN, MHA, CNOR, Julie Moore, RN, Stephanie Reeves, RN, Louise Reilley (Student Nurses' Association liaison), Cheryl Roat, PhD, EdD, RN, Tomi St.