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During core handling and tracer penetration periods, box cores were immersed in seawater in the laboratory at in situ collection temperatures (15° to 22°C), and the water overlying cores was continuously aerated to maintain O2 saturation. At ~20 to 24 hours following tracer introduction, overlying water was removed and, for vertically oriented sections, the core sides were gently replaced with thin (2 mm) plastic sheets, with holes drilled in 2D grids to receive Rhizon pore water extractors (2 mm diameter, 5 cm length, 0.2 μm pore size; Rhizosphere Research Products). Horizontal arrays were similarly obtained using drilled plastic sheet for orientation at successive depth levels.

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