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Distribution of PAHs and the PAH-degrading bacteria in the deep-sea sediments of the high-latitude Arctic Ocean
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, April 13, 2015
Distribution of PAHs and the PAH-degrading bacteria in the deep-sea sediments of the high-latitude Arctic OceanBiogeosciences, 12, 2163-2177, 2015Author(s): C. Dong, X. Bai, H. Sheng, L. Jiao, H. Zhou, and Z. ShaoPolycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are common organic pollutants that can be trans...
Modeling the impact of agricultural land use and management on US carbon budgets
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, April 10, 2015
Modeling the impact of agricultural land use and management on US carbon budgetsBiogeosciences, 12, 2119-2129, 2015Author(s): B. A. Drewniak, U. Mishra, J. Song, J. Prell, and V. R. KotamarthiCultivation of the terrestrial land surface can create either a source or sink of atmospheric CO2, depending...
Reconstruction of secular variation in seawater sulfate concentrations
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, April 10, 2015
Reconstruction of secular variation in seawater sulfate concentrationsBiogeosciences, 12, 2131-2151, 2015Author(s): T. J. Algeo, G. M. Luo, H. Y. Song, T. W. Lyons, and D. E. CanfieldLong-term secular variation in seawater sulfate concentrations ([SO42−]SW) is of interest owing to its relation...
Impact of seawater [Ca2+] on the calcification and calciteMg / Ca of Amphistegina lessonii
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, April 10, 2015
Impact of seawater [Ca2+] on the calcification and calciteMg / Ca of Amphistegina lessoniiBiogeosciences, 12, 2153-2162, 2015Author(s): A. Mewes, G. Langer, S. Thoms, G. Nehrke, G.-J. Reichart, L. J. de Nooijer, and J. BijmaMg / Ca ratios in foraminiferal tests are routinely used as paleotemperature...
Methanotrophy within the water column of a large meromictic tropical lake (Lake Kivu, East Africa)
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, April 07, 2015
Methanotrophy within the water column of a large meromictic tropical lake (Lake Kivu, East Africa)Biogeosciences, 12, 2077-2088, 2015Author(s): C. Morana, A. V. Borges, F. A. E. Roland, F. Darchambeau, J.-P. Descy, and S. BouillonThe permanently stratified Lake Kivu is one of the largest freshwater ...
Using O2 to study the relationships between soil CO2 efflux and soil respiration
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, April 07, 2015
Using O2 to study the relationships between soil CO2 efflux and soil respirationBiogeosciences, 12, 2089-2099, 2015Author(s): A. Angert, D. Yakir, M. Rodeghiero, Y. Preisler, E. A. Davidson, and T. WeinerSoil respiration is the sum of respiration processes in the soil and is a major flux in the glob...
Greenhouse gas exchange of rewetted bog peat extraction sites and a Sphagnum cultivation site in northwest Germany
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, April 07, 2015
Greenhouse gas exchange of rewetted bog peat extraction sites and a Sphagnum cultivation site in northwest GermanyBiogeosciences, 12, 2101-2117, 2015Author(s): C. Beyer and H. H?perDuring the last decades an increasing area of drained peatlands has been rewetted. Especially in Germany, rewetting is ...
Numerical analysis of the primary processes controlling oxygen dynamics on the Louisiana shelf
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, April 02, 2015
Numerical analysis of the primary processes controlling oxygen dynamics on the Louisiana shelfBiogeosciences, 12, 2063-2076, 2015Author(s): L. Yu, K. Fennel, A. Laurent, M. C. Murrell, and J. C. LehrterThe Louisiana shelf, in the northern Gulf of Mexico, receives large amounts of freshwater and nutr...
Inorganic carbon dynamics of melt-pond-covered first-year sea ice in the Canadian Arctic
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, March 31, 2015
Inorganic carbon dynamics of melt-pond-covered first-year sea ice in the Canadian ArcticBiogeosciences, 12, 2047-2061, 2015Author(s): N.-X. Geilfus, R. J. Galley, O. Crabeck, T. Papakyriakou, J. Landy, J.-L. Tison, and S. RysgaardMelt pond formation is a common feature of spring and summer Arctic se...
Biostratigraphic evidence for dramatic Holocene uplift of Robinson Crusoe Island, Juan Fern?ndez Ridge, SE Pacific Ocean
BioGeoSciences - Latest Articles, March 27, 2015
Biostratigraphic evidence for dramatic Holocene uplift of Robinson Crusoe Island, Juan Fern?ndez Ridge, SE Pacific OceanBiogeosciences, 12, 1993-2001, 2015Author(s): P. Sep?lveda, J. P. Le Roux, L. E. Lara, G. Orozco, and V. AstudilloHotspot oceanic islands typically experience subsidence due to sev...
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