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Biogeochemical cycling and fluxes between the deep euphotic zone and other oceanic realms
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Oceanic and Atmospheric Research, Office of Undersea Research in [Rockville, Md.]
Written in English
|Statement||Catherine R. Agegian, editor.|
|Series||National Undersea Research Program research report ;, 88-1|
|Contributions||Agegian, Catherine R., National Undersea Research Program (U.S.), United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Office of Undersea Research.|
|LC Classifications||QH91.8.M34 B54 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 176 p. :|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||89601437|
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Biogeochemical cycling and fluxes between the deep euphotic zone and other oceanic realms. [Rockville, Md.]: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Oceanic and Atmospheric Research, Office of Undersea Research,  (OCoLC) Material Type.
Paul G. Falkowski, in Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, I. Introduction. Like life itself, biogeochemical cycles are far from thermodynamic equilibrium, have evolved over hundreds of millions of years, and are interdependent, forming biogeochemical systems replete with feedback controls (Schlesinger, ).Biogeochemical cycles depend on, and co-evolved with, specific metabolic pathways.
In: Agegian, C.R. (Ed.), Biogeochemical Cycling and Fluxes Between the Deep Euphotic Zone and Other Oceanic Realms. NOAA NURP Research Reportpp. — A. Lerman and F. Mackenzie,Importance of the euphotic zone in the global land and ocean carbon and phosphorus cycles and fluxes.
In: Biogeochemical Cycling and Fluxes between the Deep Euphotic Zone and Other Oceanic Realms, C. Agegian, ed., NOAA Research Progress Research Report,Berger W. H., Fischer K., Lai C.
and Wu G. () Ocean carbon flux: Global maps of primary production and export production. In: Biogeochemical cycling and fluxes between the deep euphotic zone and other oceanic realms (ed. Agegian). NOAA, National Undersea Research Program research report 88–1, pp.
–Cited by: The slow cycling of phosphorus through the biosphere. How phosphorus-containing fertilizers can cause aquatic dead zones. If you're seeing this message, it means we're having trouble loading external resources on our website.
Figure 1. Simplified diagram of the global carbon s denote reservoir mass, also called “carbon stocks” in Pg C (1 Pg C = 10 15 g C) and annual carbon exchange fluxes (in Pg C yr −1) between the atmosphere and its two major sinks, the land and numbers and arrows indicate reservoir mass and exchange fluxes estimated for the time prior to the Industrial Era, about.
Communication between the deep Earth and the surface reservoirs takes place by volcanism and by subduction of tectonic plates, processes that are extremely slow compared to those cycling elements between the surface reservoirs. The abundance of an element in the atmosphere can therefore be viewed as determined HYDROSPHERE (Oceans, lakes.
K.R.M. Mackey, A. Paytan, in Encyclopedia of Microbiology (Third Edition), Phosphorus Sources, Sinks, and Transport Pathways. The phosphorus cycle encompasses numerous living and nonliving environmental reservoirs and various transport pathways. In tracing the movement of phosphorus in the environment, the interplay between physical and biological processes becomes apparent.
Knauer, G.A., New production and vertical flux of particulate organic matter from euphotic zone waters of the northeast Pacific Ocean. In: Agegian, C.R., (ed.), Biogeochemical Cycling and Fluxes between the Deep Euphotic Zone and Other Oceanic Realms.
National Undersea Research Program Research Report 88–1. Broadly, the biogeochemical cycles can be divided into two types, the gaseous biogeochemical cycle and sedimentary biogeochemical cycle based on the reservoir.
Each reservoir in a nutrient cycle consists of an abiotic portion and an exchange pool, where there is a rapid exchange that occurs between the biotic and abiotic aspects. Explore the latest full-text research PDFs, articles, conference papers, preprints and more on COCCOLITHOPHORES.
Find methods information, sources, references or conduct a literature review on. Interannual changes of oceanic CO2 and biogeochemical properties in the western North Atlantic subtropical gyre. Deep-Sea Res. II, 48 (8–9), – Bates, N. In ecology and Earth science, a biogeochemical cycle or substance turnover or cycling of substances is a pathway by which a chemical substance moves through biotic and abiotic (lithosphere, atmosphere, and hydrosphere) compartments of are biogeochemical cycles for the chemical elements calcium, carbon, hydrogen, mercury, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, selenium, and sulfur; molecular.
The nitrogen (N) cycle is composed of multiple transformations of nitrogenous compounds, catalyzed primarily by microbes. The N cycle controls the availability of nitrogenous nutrients and biological productivity in marine systems and thus is linked to the fixation of atmospheric carbon dioxide and export of carbon from the ocean's surface ().
Particle Fluxes and Bulk Geochemical Characterization of the Cabo Frio especially in deep layers, although no clear seasonal cycle was detected. the Brazil Current oscillations; and events of significant fluxes related to the intrusion of the 18°C isotherm in the euphotic zone.
The particulate matter settling in the. Plot illustrating differences between euphotic zone and subeuphotic zone NO 3 − isotopic composition at three sites in Monterey Bay (a) station C1, (b) station M1, and (c) station M2. Lines connect two points representing the deep water composition (symbol) and the surface water composition (no symbol).
line is shown only for reference. Biogeochemical cycle. All nutrients flow from the nonliving to the living and bak to the nonliving components of the ecosystem.
Two basic types of biogeochemical cycles. The other main reservoirs of oxygen are. Water and carbon dioxide _____ is an ambivalent atomospheric gas.
Ozone. The effects of life processes are felt in every chapter of this book. In this chapter we introduce the methods by which chemical tracers have been used to determine biological fluxes. We begin with a whole-ocean point of view in which chemical differences between the sunlit upper ocean and the dark deep waters are interpreted by using a two.
Field investigation of the marine phosphorus (P) cycle requires the use of a variety of methods to measure the ambient concentrations of total dissolved and particulate (both organic and inorganic) matter to assess local inventories of P and to estimate P fluxes.
The latter include the delivery to and losses from the ecosystem in question and the rates of microbial P uptake and microbial. “Biogeochemical cycles mainly refer to the movement of nutrients and other elements between biotic and abiotic factors.” Biogeochemical Cycles The term biogeochemical is derived from “bio” meaning biosphere, “geo” meaning the geological components and “ chemical ” meaning the elements that move through a cycle.Ocean Biogeochemistry by Michael J.
R. Fasham,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.A complex biogeochemical cycle over time scales as long as one- half billion years. Included in this cycle are major geologic processes, such as weathering, transport by ground and surface waters, erosion, and deposition of crustal rocks.