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By Antonio Gianguzza, Ezio Pelizzetti, Silvio Sammartano

This e-book discusses contemporary advancements within the research of chemical methods and equilibria within the marine setting and within the air/water and water/sediment interfaces. The chemical cycle of carbon in addition to the influence of natural elements at the speciation and distribution of inorganic and organometallic ingredients are broadly mentioned. a lot of the new growth within the region is the direct results of complex analytical applied sciences and chemometric functions that are highlighted within the e-book.

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7 Gt C, respectively). l: C. 1000

7 Gt C, respectively). l: C. 1000

2 Nitrogen Cycle Most of the nitrogen in earth is present as molecular dinitrogen in the atmosphere (4000000 Gt). The oceanic nitrogen reservoir is also dominated by N 2 (20000 Gt), followed by nitrate (570 Gt), which comprises about 6% of seawater N. The world ocean appears to be experiencing a net loss of nitrogen. The magnitude of the input to the sea from rivers, biological fIxation and precipitation accounts for about 70% of the losses by denitrifIcation plus burial (Schlesinger 1997). Sediment burial removes nitrogen from seawater mainly as organic matter.

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