organic matter

organic matter
The residues of dead plants and animals in various stages of decomposition

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  • Natural organic matter — (NOM) is broken down organic matter that comes from plants and animals in the environment. [ Natural Organic Matter, GreenFacts, 22 Apr, 2007 …   Wikipedia

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  • Colored dissolved organic matter — (CDOM) is the optically measurable component of the dissolved organic matter in water. Also known as chromophoric dissolved organic matter, yellow substance, and gelbstoff, CDOM occurs naturally in aquatic environments primarily as a result of… …   Wikipedia

  • Sedimentary organic matter — includes the carbonaceous component of sediments and sedimentary rocks. The organic matter is usually a component of sedimentary material even if it is present in low abundance (usually lower than 1%). Petroleum (or oil) and natural gas are… …   Wikipedia

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