By T. D. Jickells, J. E. Rae
This authoritative quantity comprises contributions from quite a lot of researchers of intertidal sediments. person chapters discover the underlying biogeochemical approaches controlling the habit of carbon, the food nitrogen and phosphorus, and contaminants reminiscent of poisonous organics, hint metals and synthetic radionuclides in intertidal environments. The biogeochemistry of those environments is important to figuring out their ecology and administration. all the chapters encompasses a entire overview and the result of fresh learn. The participants are energetic researchers during this various and ecologically vital box. this article is principally for researchers and executives operating with intertidal sediments, however it also will function a useful senior undergraduate and graduate reference textual content in environmental chemistry, environmental technology, earth technology, and oceanography.
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