The nitrogen cycle in the Arabian Sea

@inproceedings{Bange2005TheNC,
  title={The nitrogen cycle in the Arabian Sea},
  author={Hermann W. Bange},
  year={2005}
}
  • Hermann W. Bange
Despite their importance for the global oceanic nitrogen (N) cycle, estimates of N fluxes in the Arabian Sea remain in considerable uncertainty. In this report, we summarize current knowledge of important processes, including denitrification, N2 fixation and nitrous oxide emissions. Additionally, we discuss anthropogenic impacts on the N cycle in the region. Existing studies suggest that the Arabian Sea is a significant source of N2O, and a major sink for fixed-N mainly due to enhanced rates of… CONTINUE READING

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