The world ocean silica cycle.

Abstract

Over the past few decades, we have realized that the silica cycle is strongly intertwined with other major biogeochemical cycles, like those of carbon and nitrogen, and as such is intimately related to marine primary production, the efficiency of carbon export to the deep sea, and the inventory of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. For nearly 20 years, the… (More)
DOI: 10.1146/annurev-marine-121211-172346

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@article{Trguer2013TheWO, title={The world ocean silica cycle.}, author={Paul J Tr{\'e}guer and Christina L. De La Rocha}, journal={Annual review of marine science}, year={2013}, volume={5}, pages={477-501} }