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FROM VOLUME 8, NUMBER 4, APRIL 1995

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS...
BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES: GENERAL


Item #d95apr44

"Global Warming and the Phosphorus Cycle," (see Global Climate Change Digest, Jan. 1995).


Item #d95apr45

Special section: "The International Global Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC) Project," R.G. Prinn, A.A.P. Pszenny, P.J. Crutzen, Eds., J. Geophys. Res., 99(D8), 16,413-16,664, Aug. 20, 1994. Order from American Geophysical Union, 2000 Florida Ave. NW, Washington DC 20009 (800 966 2481 or 202 462 6900).

Papers from the first scientific conference on the project (April 1993, Eilat, Israel). Topics focus on global atmospheric-biospheric chemistry and include CO and N2O fluxes, biomass burning, the methane cycle, and analytical techniques.


Item #d95apr46

"Modern Eolian Dust Deposition in Central Asia," C.P. Wake (Inst. Study Earth, Oceans & Space, Univ. New Hampshire, Durham NH 03824), P.A. Mayewski et al., Tellus, 46B(3), 220-233, July 1994.

Investigates the spatial and seasonal distribution of eolian dust deposition by analyzing concentrations and size distributions of insoluble particles (1-22 mm diameter) in snow and ice samples from glaciers. Results suggest that high elevation glaciers in the eastern Himalaya, Karakoram and the southeastern Tibetan Plateau are those most likely to provide longer-term dust deposition records that reflect regional to hemispheric signals.

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Item #d95apr47

"Biogeochemical Cycling in the Global Ocean. 1. A New, Analytical Model with Continuous Vertical Resolution and High-Latitude Dynamics," G. Shaffer (Dept. Geophys., Univ. Copenhagen, DK-2200 Copenhagen N, Denmark), J.L. Sarmiento, J. Geophys. Res., 100(C2), 2659-2672, Feb. 15, 1995.


Item #d95apr48

Two items from ibid., 99(D12), Dec. 20, 1994:

"Biogenic Nonmethane Hydrocarbon Emissions Estimated from Tethered Balloon Observations," K.J. Davis (NCAR, POB 3000, Boulder CO 80307), D.H. Lenschow, P.R. Zimmerman, 25,587-25,598.

"Infrared Spectroscopic Measurements of the Total Column Abundance of Ethane (C2H6) Above Lauder, New Zealand," C.P. Rinsland (NASA-Langley, Hampton VA 23665), N.B. Jones, W.A. Matthews, 25,941-25,945.


Item #d95apr49

"A Three-Dimensional Model of the Global Ammonia Cycle," F.J. Dentener (M. Planck Inst. Chem., POB 3060, D-55020 Mainz, Ger.), P.J. Crutzen, J. Atmos. Chem., 19(4), 331-369, Nov. 1994.


Item #d95apr50

"Dissolved Input of Manganese to the Ocean: Aerosol Source," C. Guieu (Inst. Biogéochim. Marine, URA CNRS 386, 92120 Montrouge, France), R. Duce, R. Arimoto, J. Geophys. Res., 99(D9), 18,789-18,800, Sep. 20, 1994.


Item #d95apr51

"Solubilities of Al, Pb, Cu, and Zn in Rain Sampled in the Marine Environment over the North Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea," (see Global Climate Change Digest, Feb. 1995).


Item #d95apr52

"Compensation Concentration as Critical Variable for Regulating the Flux of Trace Gases Between Soil and Atmosphere," R. Conrad (M. Planck Inst. Terres. Mikrobiol., Karl von Frisch Str., D-35043 Marburg, Ger.), Biogeochem., 27(3), 155-170, 1994.

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