7 edition of Chemical Processes in Marine Environments (Environmental Science and Engineering / Environmental Science) found in the catalog.
April 15, 2000 by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||Antonio Gianguzza (Editor), Ezio Pelizzetti (Editor), Silvio Sammartano (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||441|
This book discusses recent developments in the study of chemical processes and equilibria in the marine environment and in the air/water and water/sediment interfaces. The chemical cycle of carbon as well as the effect of organic substances on the speciation and distribution of inorganic and organometallic substances are extensively discussed.
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Introduction — Environmental Analytical Chemistry as a Tool for Studying Chemical Processes in Marine Environments Introduction — Environmental Analytical Chemistry as a Tool for Studying Chemical Processes in Marine Environments.
Introduction — Environmental Analytical Chemistry as a Tool for Studying Chemical Processes in Marine Environments. Pages Gianguzza, A. (et al.). - Environmental Analytical Chemistry as a Tool for Studying Chemical Processes in Marine Environments.- 1 The Carbonate System in Marine Environments.- 2 Marine Organic Geochemistry: A General Overview.- 3 Photooxidation of Dissolved Organic Matter: Role for Carbon Bioavailability and for the Penetration Depth of Solar UV-Radiation.- 5 Organic Matter Preservation in the Ocean: Lipid Behavior from Plankton to Sediments.- 6 Organic Chemical Reaction Rates.
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The shapes of the Earth’s oceans have been influenced by plate tectonics. Sediments accumulate in a wide variety of environments, both on the continents and in the oceans.
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Among water issues facing the world today, land-based sources of water pollution are among the most pressing. Adequate supplies of satisfactory-quality water are essential for the natural resources and ecological systems on which all life depends.
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