5 edition of Biogeochemistry of intertidal sediments found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by T. Jickells and J.E. Rae.|
|Series||Cambridge environmental chemistry series ;, 9|
|Contributions||Jickells, T. D., Rae, J. E.|
|LC Classifications||GC380.15 .B55 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 193 p. :|
|Number of Pages||193|
|LC Control Number||96038998|
Abstract. In this study, temporal variability of nosZ genotypes was evaluated in two intertidal rocky biofilms and two intertidal sediment sites of the Douro River estuary, Portugal. The results were compared to rates of key N-cycle processes and environmental variables to examine possible links between denitrifier community dynamics and N biogeochemistry. Investigations of dimethylsulfide biogeochemistry relevant to the CLAW hypothesis at Heron Island, southern Great Barrier Reef: Philip Riekenberg. The transformation and fate of microphytobenthos carbon and nitrogen within subtropical intertidal sediments: Rachel Murray (Chancellor's Medal)
Benthic microalgal production and nutrient dynamics in intertidal sediments. In: Rullkotter, J. (Ed.), BioGeoChemistry of Tidal Flats, Proceedings of a Workshop held at the Hanse Institute of Advanced Study, Delmenhorst, Germany, May , Forschungszentrum Terramare Berichte subtidal sandy sediments, nutrient porewater con-centrations were always lower than in intertidal muddy sediments, ranging annually from 20 lMto lM for ammonium and from lMto 16 lM for phosphate. Nutrient diffusive ﬂuxes predicted by a mathematical model were higher duringsummer,inbothmuddy( nmol cm –2 d–1–– NH 4.
Microphytobenthos (MPB) are an important nitrogen (N) sink in coastal systems, but little is known about the fate of N assimilated by MPB. We used an in situ 15 N pulse‐chase experiment in intertidal, nonpermeable, sandy mud to trace the assimilation, transformation, and loss from the sediment of MPB‐N over 31 d. Following assimilation, 15 N was tightly retained in surface sediments, with. Methods. Sampling and geochemical analyses Duplicate cores were taken from intertidal sediment at Dean Creek on Janu and August 1, Dean Creek Marsh is a Georgia Coastal Ecosystems Long Term Ecological Research and a Sapelo Island Microbial Observatory (SIMO) sampling area and typical of southeastern US salt marshes .Sediment pore water samples were .
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Book Description Involving a wide range of scientists working on intertidal sediments, this book is of importance to all environmental scientists. It brings together different perspectives on Biogeochemistry of intertidal sediments book important and beautiful environment.
Involving a wide range of scientists working on intertidal sediments, this book is of importance to all environmental scientists. Individual chapters explore the underlying biogeochemical processes controlling the behaviour of carbon, the nutrients nitrogen and phosphorus, and contaminants such as toxic organics, trace metals and artificial radionuclides in intertidal environments.
About this book Involving a wide range of scientists working on intertidal sediments, this book is of importance to all environmental scientists. Individual chapters explore the underlying biogeochemical processes controlling the behaviour of carbon, the nutrients nitrogen and phosphorus, and contaminants such as toxic organics, trace metals and artificial radionuclides in intertidal Range: £ - £ Summary: This book will be important for all scientists studying saltmarshes or intertidal muds around the world.
The biogeochemistry of these environments is critical to understanding their ecology and management. Biogeochemistry of surficial sediments in the intertidal systems of a tropical environment.
Chemistry and Ecology: Vol. 24, No. 4, pp. The particle size showed a large degree of heterogeneity between the upper and the lower beach.
The upper beach was composed of very permeable coarse sands and gravels, whereas the surface sediment of the seepage zone, which constituted the main part of the studied beach, consisted of well sorted particles composed of fine sand with a median grain size of ± 10 μm and a POC concentration Author: Aurélia Mouret, Céline Charbonnier, Pascal Lecroart, Edouard Metzger, Hélène Howa, Bruno Deflandre.
Transient biogeochemistry in intertidal sediments: New insights from tidal pools in Zostera noltei meadows of Arcachon Bay (France) Sylvain Rigaud, B. Deflandre, O. Maire, G.
Bernard, J.C. Duchêne, D. Poirier, P. Anschutz To cite this version. "Biogeochemistry is a multidisciplinary field that studies the interactions, over both human and geological timescales, of living things and the earth's chemical cycles Throughout the book there is a focus on the ways in which humans have intervened in these cycles in recent times."--Reference & Research Book News, October This authoritative volume includes contributions from a wide range of researchers of intertidal sediments.
Individual chapters explore the underlying biogeochemical processes controlling the behavior of carbon, the nutrients nitrogen and phosphorus, and contaminants such as toxic organics, trace metals and artificial radionuclides in intertidal : T.
Jickells, J. Rae. One of the largest tidal flat systems in the world is the Wadden Sea (Fig. 1a) where high rates of primary production in the water column and efficient cycling of nutrients in the intertidal flat sediments are tightly coupled (Poremba et al.,Billerbeck.
Importance of intertidal sediment processes and porewater exchange on the water column biogeochemistry in a pristine mangrove creek (Ras Dege, Tanzania) Biogeosciences, 4, –, © Author(s) This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.
Biogeosciences. Book. Full-text available. Jan BIOGEOCHEMISTRY; Pore water concentration gradients and fluxes of chemical components have been studied in sediments from six intertidal sites in the. The book focuses on concepts and quantitative understanding of primary production, organic matter mineralization and sediment biogeochemistry.
The impact of biogeochemical processes. The intertidal sediment is dominated by mud and fine sand, with about 67% and 95% of the sediment grain size finer than 50 μm and μm, respectively [Yang et al., ]. Tidal current and river runoff cause a distinct salinity gradient in the estuary, with a range from 0 to 30 [ Li et al., ].
Concentrations and Fractionation of Carbon, Iron, Sulfur, Nitrogen and Phosphorus in Mangrove Sediments Along an Intertidal Gradient (Semi-Arid Climate, New Caledonia) by Jonathan Deborde 1, Cyril Marchand 1,*, Nathalie Molnar 1,2, Luc Della Patrona 3 and Tarik Meziane 2.
Martial Taillefert, Stephanie Neuhuber, Gwendolyn Bristow, The effect of tidal forcing on biogeochemical processes in intertidal salt marsh sediments, Geochemical Transactions, /. Here we measured the distribution of United States Environmental Protection Agency priority PAHs in samples of intertidal sediments from across more than 4, km of China’s coastline.
Part of the Coastal Systems and Continental Margins book series (CSCM, volume 3 Oxygen profiles in intertidal sediments of Ria Formosa (S.
Portugal). Hydrobiologia – Google Scholar Temporal and spatial variability of reduced sulfur species (FeS2, S“) and porewater parameters in salt marsh sediments. Biogeochemistry. Stable isotope biogeochemistry of the sulfur cycle in modern marine sediments: I.
seasonal dynamics in a temperate intertidal sandy surface sediment Michael E. Böttcher Department of Biogeochemistry, Max-Planck-Institute for Marine Microbiology, Celsiusstr 1,Bremen, Germany Correspondence [email protected] 2.
In situ pore water sampling in deep intertidal flat sediments 19 3. Sulphate, dissolved organic carbon, nutrients and terminal metabolic products in deep pore waters of an intertidal flat 37 4. Spatial, seasonal, and tidal variations of sulphate, dissolved organic carbon, and nutrients in deep pore waters of intertidal flat sediments 63 5.
Importance of intertidal sediment processes and porewater exchange on the water column biogeochemistry in a pristine mangrove creek (Ras Dege, Tanzania) S. Bouillon et al. Viewed. Show all Final revised paper only Preprint only Total article views: 2,Abstract The biogeochemistry of the coupled iron-manganese-sulfur-carbon cycles was studied in temperate intertidal surface sediments of the German Wadden Sea (North Sea).
Coastal sampling sites include sand, mixed and mud flats with different organic matter and metal contents and permeability reflecting different hydrodynamic regimes.Sampling in the German Wadden Sea.
Reference left: Al-Raei et al. () Seasonal dynamics of microbial sulfate reduction in temperate intertidal surface sediments: controls by temperature and organic matter. Ocean Dynamics – doi /s Right: Sampling in .