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Biogeochemistry of the Ross Sea

Author: Giacomo R DiTullio; Robert B Dunbar
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : American Geophysical Union, 2003.
Series: Antarctic research series, v. 78.
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The next hundred years will see profound changes in the Ross Sea and Southern Ocean, which will be magnified in subsequent centuries. The role of Antarctic seas in regulating global climate through biogeochemical cycling is likely to change as well, with feedbacks partially determining our greenhouse future.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Biogeochemistry of the Ross Sea.
Washington, D.C. : American Geophysical Union, 2003
(DLC) 2003045120
(OCoLC)52858239
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Giacomo R DiTullio; Robert B Dunbar
ISBN: 9781118668986 1118668987
OCLC Number: 680644124
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL
Description: 1 online resource (x, 358 pages) : illustrations (some color), maps (some color).
Details: Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Contents: Ross Sea circulation during the 1990s / Michael L. Van Woert [and others] --
Algal pigment ratios in the Ross Sea / Giacomo R. DiTullio [and others] --
Ross Sea polynya project / David L. Garrison [and others] --
Evaluating photosynthetic carbon fixation during Phaeocytosis antarctica blooms / Dale H. Robinson [and others] --
Coupled ocean-ecosystem model of the Ross Sea / Denise L. Worthen and Kevin R. Arrigo --
Influence of sea ice on Ross Sea biogeochemical processes / Michael P. Lizotte --
Contribution of dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen to the biogeochemistry of the Ross Sea / Craig A. Carlson and Dennis A. Hansell --
Seasonal production and bacterial utilization of DOC in the Ross Sea, Antarctica / Hugh W. Ducklow --
Effects of ammonium on nitrate utilization in the Ross Sea, Antarctica / William P. Cochlan and Deborah A. Bronk --
Non-Redfield production and export of marine organic matter / Robert B. Dunbar [and others] --
Effects of assemblage composition on the temporal dynamics of carbon and nitrogen uptake in the Ross Sea / Walker O. Smith, Jr. and Christina M. van Hilst --
Flavodioxin as a diagnostic indicator of chronic iron limitation in the Ross Sea and New Zealand sector of the Southern Ocean / Jennifer M. Maucher and Giacomo R. DiTullio --
Rapid sinking of biogenic material during the late austral summer in the Ross Sea, Antarctica / Leonardo Langone [and others] --
Distribution of particulate organic carbon and its dynamics in the Southern Ross Sea / Vernon L. Asper and Walter O. Smith, Jr. --
Larger microplankton in the Ross Sea / Marcia M. Gowing and David L. Garrison --
Annual sedimentation pattern of zooplankton fecal pellets in the southern Ross Sea / Alessandra Accornero and Marcia M. Gowing --
Dimetheylsulfide dynamics in the Ross Sea during the austral summer / Giacomo R. DiTullio, David R. Jones, and Mark E. Geesey --
Annual cycle of surface water CO₂ and O₂ in the Ross Sea / Colm Sweeney --
Benthic carbon cycling in the Ross Sea polynya, Antarctica / Jacqueline M. Grebmeier [and others] --
Oceanographic versus seafloor-habitat control of benthic megafaunal communities in the S.W. Ross Sea / James P. Barry [and others] --
Biogeochemistry of the Ross Sea / Giacomo R. DiTullio and Robert P. Dunbar.
Series Title: Antarctic research series, v. 78.
Responsibility: Giacomo R. DiTullio and Robert B. Dunbar, editors.
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The next hundred years will see profound changes in the Ross Sea and Southern Ocean, which will be magnified in subsequent centuries. The role of Antarctic seas in regulating global climate through biogeochemical cycling is likely to change as well, with feedbacks partially determining our greenhouse future.

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