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  • Oceanography and Marine Biologyby D. J. Hughes; I. P. Smith

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 189.95

    Ever-increasing interest in oceanography and marine biology and their relevance to global environmental issues creates a demand for authoritative reviews summarising the results of recent research. Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review has catered to this demand since its founding by the late Harold Barnes fifty years ago. Its objectives... more...

  • Marine Radioactivityby H.D. Livingston

    Elsevier Science 2004; US$ 240.00

    This book on Marine Radioactivity sets out to cover most of the aspects of marine radioactivity which have been the focus of scientific study in recent decades. The authors and their reviews divide into topic areas which have defined the field over its history. They cover the suite of natural radioisotopes which have been present in the oceans since... more...

  • CO2 in Seawaterby R.E. Zeebe; D. Wolf-Gladrow

    Elsevier Science 2001; US$ 240.00

    Carbon dioxide is the most important greenhouse gas after water vapor in the atmosphere of the earth. More than 98% of the carbon of the atmosphere-ocean system is stored in the oceans as dissolved inorganic carbon. The key for understanding critical processes of the marine carbon cycle is a sound knowledge of the seawater carbonate chemistry, including... more...

  • Siberian river run-off in the Kara Seaby R. Stein; K. Fahl; D.K. Fütterer; E.M. Galimov; O.V. Stepanets

    Elsevier Science 2003; US$ 230.00

    Within the joint German-Russian research project "Siberian River Run-off (SIRRO)" multidisciplinary studies were carried out in the Ob and Yenisei estuaries and adjacent southern Kara Sea (Arctic Ocean). The overall goal of the project was to extend knowledge on understanding the freshwater and sediment input by the major Siberian rivers and its impact... more...

  • Chemical Oceanography and the Marine Carbon Cycleby Steven Emerson; John Hedges

    Cambridge University Press 2008; US$ 76.00

    A textbook on chemical oceanography with full coverage of the marine carbon cycle. more...

  • Seasonal Carbon Cycling in the Sargasso Sea Near Bermudaby Nicolas Gruber; Charles D. Keeling

    University of California Press 1999; US$ 12.00

    Each year, the concentration of dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) in the mixed layer at Station S in the Sargasso Sea decreases from winter to summer by about 30 umol/kg. The authors of this study demonstrate that by simultaneously observing changes in the stable isotopic ration of DIC, it is possible to quantify the contribution of physical and biological... more...

  • Biogeochemistry of Marine Dissolved Organic Matterby Dennis A. Hansell; Craig A. Carlson

    Elsevier Science 2002; US$ 134.95

    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... more...