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Chemistry of marine water and sediments
Gianguzza, A.; Pelizzetti, E.; Sammartano, S. (Ed.) (2002). Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series. Springer: Berlin. ISBN 3-540-42055-X. XVIII, 508, ill. fig. pp.
Part of: Environmental Science Series. Springer-Verlag: New York. ISSN 2212-778X, more

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    VLIZ: Geochemistry CHE.10 [71767]

Keywords
    Chemical sediments; Marine environment; Metalliferous sediments; Organic matter; Physical properties; Sea water; Sediment; Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Gianguzza, A., editor
  • Pelizzetti, E., editor
  • Sammartano, S., editor

Content
  • Millero, F.J. (2002). Sea water as an electrolyte, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 3-34, more
  • Prospero, J.M. (2002). The chemical and physical properties of marine aerosols: an introduction, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 35-82, more
  • Pelizzetti, E.; Calza, P. (2002). Photochemical processes in the euphotic zone of sea water: progress and problems, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 83-103, more
  • Hedges, J.I. (2002). Sedimentary organic matter preservation and atmospheric O2 regulation, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 105-123, more
  • Lee, C. (2002). Particulate organic matter composition and fluxes in the sea, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 125-146, more
  • Wakeham, S. (2002). Diagenesis of organic matter at the water-sediment interface, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 147-164, more
  • Morse, J.W. (2002). Sedimentary geochemistry of the carbonate and sulphide systems and their potential influence on toxic metal bioavailability, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 164-189, more
  • Millero, F.; Pierrot, D. (2002). Speciation of metals in natural water, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 193-220, more
  • De Stefano, C.; Foti, C.; Gianguzza, A.; Piazzese, D.; Sammartano, S. (2002). Binding ability of inorganic major components of sea water toward some classes of ligands, metal and organometallic cations, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 221-261, more
  • Grenthe, I. (2002). Equilibrium analysis, the ionic medium method and activity factors, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 263-282, more
  • Sastre de Vicente, M.E.; Vilariño, T. (2002). Acid-base equilibria in saline media: application of the mean spherical approximation, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 283-294, more
  • Ferri, D.; Manfredi, C.; Vasca, E.; Fontanella, C.; Caruso, V. (2002). Modelling of natural fluids: are the available databases adequate for this purpose?, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 295-305, more
  • Preston, M.R. (2002). Endocrine-disrupting chemicals in marine environment, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 309-324, more
  • Petrosyan, V.S. (2002). Chemistry of organic toxicants in marine environment, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 324-335, more
  • Pellerito, L.; Barbieri, R.; Di Stefano, R.; Scopelliti, M.; Pellerito, C.; Fiore, T.; Triolo, F. (2002). Toxic effects of organometallic compounds towards marine biota, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 337-381, more
  • Worsfold, P.J.; Achterberg, E.P.; Bowie, A.R.; Sandford, R.; Cannizzaro, V.; Gardolinski, P. (2002). Flow injection techniques for the in situ monitoring of marine processes, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 385-402, more
  • Roda, A.; Pasini, P.; Guardigli, M. (2002). Luminescence for the analysis of organic compounds in natural waters, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 403-413, more
  • Mascini, M. (2002). Affinity electrochemical biosensors for pollution control, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 415-422, more
  • Wakeham, S. (2002). Palaeoenvironmental reconstructions using stable carbon isotopes and organic biomarkers, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. pp. 423-443, more
  • Rivaro, P.; Frache, R. (2002). Studies of water masses mixing in the Ross Sea (Antarctica) using chemical tracers, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 445-454, more
  • Ianni, C.; Ruggieri, N. (2002). Solid speciation and selective extraction procedures: trace metal distribution and speciation in coastal sediments of the Adriatic Sea, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 455-468, more
  • Pettine, M.; Patrolecco, L.; Capri, S. (2002). Organic matter sources and dynamics in northern Adriatic coastal water, in: Gianguzza, A. et al. (Ed.) Chemistry of marine water and sediments. Environmental Science Series, : pp. 469-484, more

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