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Surface Complexation Modeling: Hydrous Ferric Oxide
The Generalized Two--Layer Model. Experimental Data. Data Compilation and Treatment Methods. Properties of Hydrous Ferric Oxide, Cation Sorption on Hydrous Ferric Oxide. Anion Sorption on HydrousExpand
Principles and Applications of Aquatic Chemistry
Presents aquatic chemistry in a way that is truly useful to those with diverse backgrounds in the sciences. Major improvements to this edition include a complete rewrite of the first three backgroundExpand
THE CHEMICAL CYCLE AND BIOACCUMULATION OF MERCURY
Because it is very toxic and accumulates in organisms, particularly in fish, mercury is an important pollutant and one of the most studied. Nonetheless we still have an incomplete understanding ofExpand
Reduced calcification of marine plankton in response to increased atmospheric CO2
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It is suggested that the progressive increase in atmospheric CO2 concentrations may slow down the production of calcium carbonate in the surface ocean, as the process of calcification releases CO2 to the atmosphere. Expand
THE ELEMENTAL COMPOSITION OF SOME MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON 1
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A comparison of results with published data suggests that the measured compositions reflect chiefly the intrinsic trace element physiology of the individual species, and provides a basis for examining how phytoplankton influence the relative distributions of the ensemble of major and trace elements in the ocean. Expand
The biogeochemical cycling of elemental mercury: Anthropogenic influences☆
Abstract A review of the available information on global Hg cycling shows that the atmosphere and surface ocean are in rapid equilibrium; the evasion of Hg0 from the oceans is balanced by the totalExpand
Principles of Aquatic Chemistry
An introductory text on aquatic chemistry, emphasizing a mathematical, quantitative approach to the field. Covers conservation of mass, thermodynamics and kinetics, chemical equilibrium calculations,Expand
Uptake, Toxicity, and Trophic Transfer of Mercury in a Coastal Diatom
The primary mechanisms controlling the accumulation of methylmercury and inorganic mercury in aquatic food chains are not sufficiently understood. Differences in lipid solubility alone cannot accountExpand
Preparation and chemistry of the artificial algal culture medium aquil
AbstractThe culture medium Aquil has been designed for studying trace metal physiology in algae. We describe recent modifications in the preparation of Aquil and discuss processes that affect itsExpand
The Biogeochemical Cycles of Trace Metals in the Oceans
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The extremely low concentrations of several essential metals are both the cause and the result of ultraefficient uptake systems in the plankton and of widespread replacement of metals by one another for various biochemical functions. Expand
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