5.09 – Estuarine and Coastal Sediments – Coupled Biogeochemical Cycling

@inproceedings{Burdige2011509E,
  title={5.09 – Estuarine and Coastal Sediments – Coupled Biogeochemical Cycling},
  author={DJ Burdige},
  year={2011}
}
A variety of macroscopic physical and biological forcing functions act on estuarine and coastal sediments across a range of time and space scales, and can have a profound effect on the processes associated with the remineralization of sedimentary organic matter. These interactions exert a strong influence on the cycling of biogeochemically reactive elements (C, N, S, P and trace metals such as Mn and Fe), and result in linkages between and within these cycles that are far more complex than once… CONTINUE READING
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