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Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter
Hansell, D.A.; Carlson, C.A. (Ed.) (2002). Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter. Academic Press: San Diego. ISBN 978-0-12-323841-2. XXII, 774 pp. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-323841-2.X5000-3

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    VLIZ: Geochemistry CHE.11 [101028]

Keywords
    Chemistry > Biochemistry
    Organic matter > Dissolved organic matter
    Marine/Coastal

Authors  Top 
  • Hansell, D.A., editor
  • Carlson, C.A., editor

Content
  • Hedges, J.I. (2002). Why dissolved organics matter?, in: Hansell, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter. pp. 1-33, more
  • Sharp, J.H. (2002). Analytical methods for total DOM pools, in: Hansell, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter. pp. 35-58, more
  • Benner, R. (2002). Chemical composition and reactivity, in: Hansell, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter. pp. 59-90, more
  • Carlson, C.A. (2002). Production and removal processes, in: Hansell, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter. pp. 91-151, more
  • Bronk, D.A. (2002). Dynamics of DON, in: Hansell, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter. pp. 153-247, more
  • Karl, D.M.; Björkmann, K.M. (2002). Dynamics of DOP, in: Hansell, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter. pp. 249-366, more
  • Wells, M.L. (2002). Marine colloids and trace metals, in: Hansell, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter. pp. 367-404, more
  • Bauer, J.E. (2002). Carbon isotopic composition of DOM, in: Hansell, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter. pp. 405-453, more
  • Mopper, K.; Kieber, D.J. (2002). Photochemistry and the cycling of carbon, sulfur, nitrogen and phosphorus, in: Hansell, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter. pp. 455-507, more
  • Blough, N.V.; Del Vecchio, R. (2002). Chromophoric DOM in the coastal environment, in: Hansell, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter. pp. 509-546, more
  • Nelson, N.B.; Siegel, D.A. (2002). Chromophoric DOM in the open ocean, in: Hansell, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter. pp. 547-578, more
  • Cauwet, G. (2002). DOM in the coastal zone, in: Hansell, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter. pp. 579-609, more
  • Burdige, D.J. (2002). Sediment pore waters, in: Hansell, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter. pp. 611-663, more
  • Anderson, L.G. (2002). DOC in the Arctic Ocean, in: Hansell, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter. pp. 665-683, more
  • Hansell, D.A. (2002). DOC in the global ocean carbon cycle, in: Hansell, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter. pp. 685-715, more
  • Christian, J.R.; Anderson, T.R. (2002). Modeling DOM biogeochemistry, in: Hansell, D.A. et al. (Ed.) Biogeochemistry of marine dissolved organic matter. pp. 717-755, more

Abstract
    Interest in marine dissolved organic matter (DOM) is very high because it plays an important role in oceanic and global carbon cycling, which in turn impacts weather. Understanding the processes involved in the transformations of carbon, phosphorus, nitrogen, and other major elements in the oceans has been a primary goal of marine biogeochemists and oceanographers over the past decade. This book, in 16 chapters with over 170 figures and tables, reports on the major advances in this area by a distinguished group of international chemical and biological oceanographers. Additionally, it focuses on the role of DOM in elemental cycling - where the greatest informational need currently exists.

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