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Biogeochemical Dynamics at Major River-Coastal Interfaces [Elektronisk resurs] linkages with global change / edited by Thomas Bianchi, Mead Allison, Wei-Jun Cai.

Bianchi, Thomas S. (creator_code:edc_t)
Allison, Mead A. (Mead Ashton) (creator_code:edc_t)
Cai, Wei-Jun, 1960- (creator_code:edc_t)
ISBN 9781139136853
Publicerad: New York : Cambridge, 2013
Engelska PDF (xiv, 658 pages
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  • Frontmatter ; Contents ; List of contributors ; Preface ; Section I - Introduction ; 1 An introduction to the biogeochemistry of river-coastal systems ; Section II - Water and sediment dynamics from source to sink ; 2 - Water and sediment dynamics through the wetlands and coastal water bodies of large river deltaic plains ; 3 - Freshwater and sediment dispersal in large river plumes ; 4 - Shelf and slope sedimentation associated with large deltaic systems ; 5 - Changjiang (Yangtze) and Huanghe (Yellow) Rivers: historical reconstruction of land-use change and sediment load to the sea ; 6 - Flux and fate of the Yellow (Huanghe) River–derived materials to the sea: impacts of climate change and human activities ; 7 - Carbon dioxide dynamics and fluxes in coastal waters influenced by river plumes ;8 - Impacts of watershed processes on exported riverine organic carbon ; 9 - Black carbon in coastal and large river systems ; Section III - Eastern hemisphere systems ; 10 - Carbon biogeochemistry in the continuum of the Changjiang (Yangtze) River watersheds across the East China Sea ; 11 - Dynamics of phytoplankton blooms and nutrient limitation in the Pearl River (Zhujiang) estuarine coastal waters ; 12 - The Mekong River and its influence on the nutrient chemistry and matter cycling in the Vietnamese coastal zone ; 13 - Physical dynamics and biogeochemistry of the Pearl River plume ; 14 - The evolution of carbon signatures carried by the Ganges-Brahmaputra river system: a source-to-sink perspective ; 15 - Carbon and nutrient fluxes across tropical river-coastal boundaries ; Section IV - Western hemisphere systems ; 16 - Sediment, organic carbon, nutrients, and trace elements: sources, transport, and biogeochemical cycles in the lowermost Mississippi River ; 17 - Climate change effects on the ecology of the Mississippi River Delta ; 18 - Nutrient and carbon dynamics in a large river-dominated coastal ecosystem: the Mississippi-Atchafalaya River system ; 19 - Sedimentary carbon dynamics of the Atchafalaya and Mississippi River Delta system and associated margin ; 20 - Composition and fluxes of carbon and nutrient species from the Yukon River basin in a changing environment ; 21 - Fluxes, processing, and fate of riverine organic and inorganic carbon in the Arctic Ocean ; 22 - Geochemistry of the Congo River, estuary, and plume ; 23 - The Nile delta in the anthropocene: drivers of coastal change and impacts on land-ocean material transfer ; 24 - Fate of nutrients in the aquatic continuum of the Seine River and its estuary: modeling the impacts of human activity changes in the watershed ; 25 - Anthropogenic changes in sediment and nutrient retention in the Rhine delta. 

Ämnesord

Biogeochemical cycles.  (LCSH)
Estuarine ecology.  (LCSH)
Environmental Sciences  -- Atmospheric Science (sfxc)

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577.14 (DDC)
Ue.05 (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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