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The silicon cycle: human perturbations and impacts on aquatic systems
Ittekkot, V.; Unger, D.; Humborg, C.; An, N.T. (Ed.) (2006). The silicon cycle: human perturbations and impacts on aquatic systems. Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE) Series, 66. Island Press: Washington, Covelo, London. ISBN 1-59726-114-9. 275 pp.
Part of: Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE) Series. Island Press: Washington, more

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    VLIZ: Geochemistry CHE18 [252503]

Keywords
    Aquatic ecology; Silicon cycle; Marine; Brackish water; Fresh water; Terrestrial

Authors  Top 
  • Ittekkot, V., editor
  • Unger, D., editor
  • Humborg, C., editor
  • An, N.T., editor

Content
  • Conley, D.J. (2006). Silicon in the terrestrial biogeosphere, in: Ittekkot, V. et al. (Ed.) The silicon cycle: human perturbations and impacts on aquatic systems. Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE) Series, 66: pp. 13-28, more
  • Zhang, J.; Liu, S.M.; Wu, Y.; Qi, X.H.; Zhang, G.S.; Li, R.X. (2006). Dissolved silica in the Changjiang (Yangtze River) and adjacent coastal waters of the East China Sea, in: Ittekkot, V. et al. (Ed.) The silicon cycle: human perturbations and impacts on aquatic systems. Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE) Series, 66: pp. 71-80, more
  • Chou, L.; Wollast, R. (2006). Estuarine silicon dynamics, in: Ittekkot, V. et al. (Ed.) The silicon cycle: human perturbations and impacts on aquatic systems. Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE) Series, 66: pp. 93-120, more
  • Claquin, P.; Leynaert, A.; Sferratore, A.; Garnier, J.; Ragueneau, O. (2006). Physiological ecology of diatoms along the river-sea continuum, in: Ittekkot, V. et al. (Ed.) The silicon cycle: human perturbations and impacts on aquatic systems. Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE) Series, 66: pp. 121-137, more
  • Ragueneau, O.; Conley, D.J.; Leynaert, A.; Longphuirt, S. Ni.; Slomp, C.P. (2006). Role of diatoms in silicon cycling and coastal marine food webs, in: Ittekkot, V. et al. (Ed.) The silicon cycle: human perturbations and impacts on aquatic systems. Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE) Series, 66: pp. 163-195, more
  • Ragueneau, O.; Conley, D.J.; Leynaert, A.; Longphuirt, S. Ni.; Slomp, C.P. (2006). Responses of coastal ecosystems to anthropogenic perturbations of silicon cycling, in: Ittekkot, V. et al. (Ed.) The silicon cycle: human perturbations and impacts on aquatic systems. Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE) Series, 66: pp. 197-213, more
  • De La Rocha, C.L. (2006). Silicon isotope-based reconstructions of the silica cycle, in: Ittekkot, V. et al. (Ed.) The silicon cycle: human perturbations and impacts on aquatic systems. Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE) Series, 66: pp. 215-227, more
  • Heinze, C. (2006). Long-term oceanic silicon cycle and the role of opal sediment, in: Ittekkot, V. et al. (Ed.) The silicon cycle: human perturbations and impacts on aquatic systems. Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE) Series, 66: pp. 229-243, more
  • Ittekkot, V.; Unger, D.; Humborg, C.; An, N.T. (2006). The perturbed silicon cycle, in: Ittekkot, V. et al. (Ed.) The silicon cycle: human perturbations and impacts on aquatic systems. Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE) Series, 66: pp. 245-252, more

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