Past and present of sediment and carbon biogeochemical cycling models

@inproceedings{Mackenzie2004PastAP,
  title={Past and present of sediment and carbon biogeochemical cycling models},
  author={Fred T. Mackenzie and Abraham Lerman and Andreas J Andersson},
  year={2004}
}
The global carbon cycle is part of the much more extensive sedimentary cycle that involves large masses of carbon in the Earth’s inner and outer spheres. Studies of the carbon cycle generally followed a progression in knowledge of the natural biological, then chemical, and finally geological processes involved, culminating in a more or less integrated picture of the biogeochemical carbon cycle by the 1920s. However, knowledge of the ocean’s carbon cycle behavior has only within the last few… CONTINUE READING