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Sea lochs are regions where riverine and marine organic carbon (OC) undergoes decomposition, deposition or transportation to shelf slopes and the deep sea. According to the OC budget presented here, discharge from River Creran (1.44×106 kg a−1) and phytoplankton material (0.89×106 kg a−1) make up a significant input of OC to Loch Creran while 0.67×106 kg a−1 OC is from other sources. A total of 1.28×106 kg a−1 OC is deposited in the loch and 1.14×106 kg a−1 OC is oxidized in the water column. Discharge to...

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