3 edition of Geochemistry of marine humic compounds found in the catalog.
Geochemistry of marine humic compounds
M. A. Rashid
|LC Classifications||GC116 .R37 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 300 p. :|
|Number of Pages||300|
|LC Control Number||85014692|
Geochemistry of Sedimentary Ore Deposits by J.B. Maynard. Paperback This book is an outgrowth of my interest in the chemistry of sedimentary rocks. In teaching geochemistry, I realized that the best examples for many chemical processes are drawn from the study of ore deposits. geochemistry of marine humic compounds. book by steven. Evidence for geochemical control of iron by humic substances in seawater Luis M. Laglera,1 and Constant M. G. van den Berg2 Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of Liverpool, Liverpool L69 3GP, United Kingdom Abstract A new method, based on the direct detection of iron-humic substance (HS) species by cathodic strippingCited by:
The processes occurring in surface marine sediments have a profound effect on the local and global cycling of many elements. This graduate text presents the fundamentals of marine sediment geochemistry by examining the complex chemical, biological, and physical processes that contribute to the conversion of these sediments to rock, a process known as early simplicityhsd.com by: A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the simplicityhsd.com: Mary Sohn.
A comprehensive and critical geochemical overview of the nature and functions of humic substances in such diverse environments as soil, peat, groundwater, salt and fresh water. Shows how to isolate humic substances from their environments and analyze their organic components. nature of the field of marine geochemistry. Other added features of this book are superb graphical illustrations, tables, and a reasonable price. In some sections of the book, additional figures may have been more effective than detailed verbiage on certain topics; however, this is something that can be considered for the next simplicityhsd.com: Thomas S. Bianchi.
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Geochemistry of Marine Humic Compounds Brand: Springer-Verlag New York. Geochemistry of Marine Humic Compounds. Authors (view affiliations) M.
Rashid; Book. 41 Citations; 30 Search within book. Front Matter. Physico-chemical Characteristics of Marine Humic Compounds. Rashid. Pages Organo-metal Reactions and their Geochemical Significance. Rashid. Pages Reactions of Humic. Geochemistry of marine humic compounds. [M A Rashid] -- Humic compounds constitute the predominant form of organic matter in sea water and recent sediments, and they play an important role in the geochemical history of soils and sediments.
Book: Geochemistry of marine humic compounds. pp pp. Abstract: Included in this book are chapters on (a) humification, (b) physico-chemical characteristics of marine humic compounds, (c) organo-metal reactions, (d) organo-mineral compounds, and (e) the role of humic compounds in aquatic simplicityhsd.com by: ADS Classic is now deprecated.
It will be completely retired in October Please redirect your searches to the new ADS modern form or the classic simplicityhsd.com info can be found on our blog. Sep 07, · Marine Geochemistry offers a fully comprehensive and integrated treatment of the chemistry of the oceans, their sediments and biota.
The first edition of the book received strong critical acclaim and was described as ‘a standard text for years to come.’This third edition of Marine Geochemistry has been written at a time when the role of the oceans in the Earth System is 5/5(3).
Humic compounds react with clay minerals and carbonates to form organo-clay complexes that influence the diagenetic transformations of sediments.
These compounds also interact with a number of organic and inorganic pollutants, altering the chemical behaviors, transport mechanisms, and ultimate fates of these pollutants in the simplicityhsd.com by: 1. Becker, G. Special Issue of Humic Substances Research from the Third International Meeting of IHSS, Oslo, Norway, August, The Science of the Total Environment, Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam,Once the process of humifícation has been completed, the resulting molecules can neither be degraded under the mild conditions of marine sediments nor destroyed by microbial populations, for which they have little value as a substrate and source of energy.
Despite a high degree of stability, humic compounds undergo slow and gradual simplicityhsd.com by: 1. Humic Acid Clay Mineral Marine Sediment Fulvic Acid Humic Material These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm simplicityhsd.com: M.
Rashid. The various environmental implications of humic compounds in paleo- and contemporary geological and geochemical processes were discussed in Chapter 7. Humic compounds also play a unique role in the fertility of coastal waters by strongly influencing the primary productivity of nearshore simplicityhsd.com: M.
Rashid. Humic substances and I geochemistry In order to verify this hypothesis, resorcinol was added with iodate to dispersions of finely ground humic materials. Resorcinol is a substituted aromatic com- pound containing two hydroxyl groups in meta-posi- simplicityhsd.com by: Humic Substances in Soil, Sediment, and Water: Geochemistry, Isolation, and Characterization.
A comprehensive and critical geochemical overview of the nature and functions of humic substances in such diverse environments as soil, peat, groundwater, salt and fresh water.
1 Origin and Distribution of Organic Compounds in the Marine Environment --Evolution of Life and Development of Organic Matter --Distribution of Organic Matter in Oceans and on Land --Nature and Fate of Organic Matter --Aggregation, Sedimentation, and Distribution of Organic Matter --Summary Humifícation --A Major Biogeochemical Phenomenon --Nature of Microbial Population --Chemical.
Due to the high sulfate concentration in seawater, most sediments do not advance to the more reducing conditions necessary for methanogenesis. The vertical scale of these redox transitions in surface marine sediments can range from millimeters to meters (Aller, ; Brandes and Devol, ).Cited by: This book is written as a reference on organic substances in natural waters and as a supplementary text for graduate students in water chemistry.
The chapters address five topics: amount, origin, nature, geochemistry, and characterization of organic carbon. Of these topics, the main themes are theAuthor: E.M.
Thurman. Marine Chemistry is an international medium for the publication of original studies and occasional reviews in the field of chemistry in the marine environment, with emphasis on the dynamic approach. The journal endeavours to cover all aspects, from chemical processes to theoretical and experimental work.
Geochemistry of aquatic humic substances in the Lake Fryxell Basin, Antarctica Article (PDF Available) in Biogeochemistry 34(3) · January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Read the latest articles of Marine Chemistry at simplicityhsd.com, Elsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature. Humic acids were extracted from marine sediments and the aggregate-forming properties were studied by surface tension measurements and the solubilization of simplicityhsd.com by:.
book Humic substances in soil, sediment, and water: geochemistry, isolation, and characterization George R Aiken Published in in New York NY) by WileyCited by: Sep 24, · Geochemistry of Organic Substances, Volume 28 correlates ideas regarding the composition and transformation of decomposition products of organisms in natural processes with phenomena of migration and the concentration of chemical elements by organic substances in sedimentary simplicityhsd.com Edition: 1.This book is written as a reference on organic substances in natural waters and as a supplementary text for graduate students in water chemistry.
The chapters address five topics: amount, origin, nature, geochemistry, and characterization of organic carbon. Of these topics, the main themes are the amount and nature of dissolved organic carbon in natural waters (mainly fresh water, although 5/5(1).