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A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
Published July 1988 through June 1999

FROM VOLUME 8, NUMBER 2, FEBRUARY 1995

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS...
MARINE PRODUCTIVITY


Item #d95feb90

"Atmospheric Wet Deposition of Nutrient Elements: Correlation with Harmful Biological Blooms in Northwest Pacific Coastal Zones," (see PROF. PUBS./GEN. INTEREST).


Item #d95feb91

"The Microbial Turnover of Carbon in the Deep-Sea Environment," H.W. Jannasch (Woods Hole Oceanog. Inst., Woods Hole MA 02543), Global & Planetary Change, 9(3-4), 289-295, Dec. 1994.

A background paper for the First International Workshop on Interaction of CO2 and the Ocean. Covers the constraints of metabolism and growth by carbon limitation, temperature and pressure; the existence of background or threshold concentrations of readily metabolizable organic carbon; and the production of organic carbon by chemosynthesis fueled by terrestrial energy and its subsequent turnover to CO2.


Item #d95feb92

"Proxy Paradox for P-Prediction," K.C. Ruttenberg (addr. immed. above), Nature, 372(6503), 224-225, Nov. 17, 1994.

Over geological timescales, the sole significant source of phosphorus to the oceans is erosion of continental crustal material transported by rivers. Cites observations by Filippelli and Delaney that are reported in Paleoceanography regarding chemical proxies used to estimate P weathering.


Item #d95feb93

"A Line in the Sea," J.A. Yoder (Grad. Sch. Oceanog., Univ. Rhode Island, S. Ferry Rd., Narragansett RI 02882), S.G. Ackleson et al., ibid., 371(6499), 689-692, Oct. 20, 1994.

Presents photographs and measurements which show dramatic biological responses to circulation and mixing processes associated with an open-ocean front between cold, upwelled waters and warmer waters. High phytoplankton biomass and primary production associated with diatom patches may explain high animal abundance along such a frontal boundary.


Item #d95feb94

"Isotopic Evidence for Reduced Productivity in the Glacial Southern Ocean," A. Shemesh, S.A. Macko et al., Science, 262(5132), Oct. 15, 1993. (See Global Climate Change Digest, July 1994)


Item #d95feb95

"Testing the Iron Hypothesis in Ecosystems of the Equatorial Pacific Ocean," J.H. Martin, K.H. Coale et al., Nature, 371(6493), 123-129, Sep. 8, 1994. (See Global Climate Change Digest, Sep. 1994)


Item #d95feb96

"Solubilities of Al, Pb, Cu, and Zn in Rain Sampled in the Marine Environment over the North Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea," B. Lim (Sch. Environ. Sci., Univ. E. Anglia, Norwich NR4 7TJ, UK), T.D. Jickells et al., Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 8(3), 349-362, Sep. 1994.

The use of trace metal solubilities for assessing dissolved atmospheric trace metal wet deposition fluxes and their effects on surface ocean biogeochemistry should be constrained by taking rainwater pH into account in future global model estimates.


Item #d95feb97

"Zinc and Carbon Co-limitation of Marine Phytoplankton," F.M.M. Morel, J.R. Reinfelder et al., Nature, 369(6483), 740-742, June 30, 1994. (See Global Climate Change Digest, July 1994)


Item #d95feb98

"Rapid Cycling of High-Molecular-Weight Dissolved Organic Matter in the Ocean," R.M.W. Amon, R. Benner, Nature, 369(6481), 549-552, June 16, 1994. (See Global Climate Change Digest, Aug 1994)

Specialized Papers


Item #d95feb99

"Spring Phytoplankton Production in the Western Ross Sea," K.R. Arrigo (NASA-Goddard, Greenbelt MD 20771), C.R. McClain, Science, 266(5183), 261-263, Oct. 14, 1994.


Item #d95feb100

"Nitrogen Uptake, Dissolved Organic Nitrogen Release, and New Production," D.A. Bronk (Dept. Marine Sci., Univ. Georgia, Athens GA 30602), P.M. Gilbert, B.B. Ward, ibid., 265(5180), 1843-1846, Sep. 23, 1994.


Item #d95feb101

"Phytoplankton Production in the Sargasso Sea as Determined Using Optical Mooring Data," K.J. Waters (Jt. Inst. Mar. & Atmos. Res., Univ. Hawaii, 1000 Pope Rd., Honolulu HI 96822), R.C. Smith, J. Geophys. Res., 99(C9), 18,385-18,402, Sep. 15, 1994.


Item #d95feb102

"PCO2, Chemical Properties, and Estimated New Production in the Equatorial Pacific in January-March 1991," N. Lefèvre (Lab. d'Océanog., Univ. Paris, VI/ORSTOM/CNRS, 75252 Paris cedex 05, France), C. Andrié et al., ibid., 99(C6), 12,639-12,654, June 15, 1994.


Item #d95feb103

"A Three Dimensional Time-Dependent Approach to Calibrating Sediment Trap Fluxes," K.O. Buesseler (Woods Hole Oceanog. Inst., Woods Hole MA 02543), A.F. Michaels et al., Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 8(2), 179-193, June 1994.


Item #d95feb104

"Modeling Phytoplankton Dynamics in the Northeast Atlantic During the Initiation of the Spring Bloom," M. Stramska (Dept. Geol. Sci., Univ. S. Calif., Los Angeles CA 90089), T.D. Dickey, J. Geophys. Res., 99(C5), 10,241-10,253, May 15, 1994.


Item #d95feb105

"A Seasonal Three-Dimensional Ecosystem Model of Nitrogen Cycling in the North Atlantic Euphonic Zone," J.L. Sarmiento (Prog. Atmos. & Ocean. Sci., Princeton Univ., Princeton NJ 08540), R.D. Slater et al., Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 7(2), 417-450, June 1993.

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