Marine Chemistry / Edition 1by P.J. Wangersky
Pub. Date: 04/26/2000
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
The topics addressed in this volume are all stemming from areas which have developed only in the last ten
The carbon dioxide absorption and gas exchange at the sea surface, marine aerosols and their phohemistry, the oceanic carbon cycle as well as biomarkers in marine ecosystems, and related topics are of primary importance for understanding our global ecosystem.
The topics addressed in this volume are all stemming from areas which have developed only in the last ten years of research or which have gone into decidedly new directions in that time. In most cases, the recent research has been driven by advances in instrumentation or by large-scale international cooperations. Thus this volume is also aiming at interdisciplinary and international cooperations in the future.
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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- Handbook of Environmental Chemistry / Water Pollution Series
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- 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.02(d)
Table of ContentsMarine Organic Phohemistry: From the Sea Surface to Marine Aerosols. C.D. Clark and R.G. Zika.- Colloids and the Ocean Carbon Cycle. P.E. Kepkay.- Gas Exchange at the Sea Surface. B.D. Johnson.- Marine Pollution. V. Zitko.- Dissolved Organic Carbon from Phytoplankton. S.M. Myklestad.- Interfacial Processes. V. Zutic, V. Svetlicic.- Intercomparisons and Intercalibrations. P.J. Wangersky.- Lipid and Phenolic Biomarkers in Marine Ecosystems: Analysis and Applications. C.C. Parrish, T.A. Abrajano, S.M. Budge, R.J. Helleur, E.D. Hudson, K. Pulchan, and C. Ramos
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