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Processes determining silicate concentrations in the northeastern Pacific Ocean

Stephen W. Hager

Processes determining silicate concentrations in the northeastern Pacific Ocean

by Stephen W. Hager

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Silica -- North Pacific Ocean.

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    Statementby Stephen Warner Hager.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination58 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17698990M

    important to understand the processes controlling BSi dissolution. References: Koning E., Epping E., and Van Raaphorst W. () Determining Biogenic Silica in Marine Samples by Tracking Silicate and Aluminium Concentrations in Alkaline Leaching Solutions. Aquatic Geochemistry 8, . Start studying geo Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. rock forming silicate mineral composed of silicon-oxygen tetraheda joined in a 3D network. distinguished by hardness, glassy luster, .

    acid, atlantic-ocean, waters Abstract: This study describes the global horizontal distributions of the plant nutrients phosphate, nitrate and silicic acid, with depth, on a one-degree latitude-longitude grid. The source of the data is a subset of the National Oceanographic Data Center. Kenneth W. W. Sims (born ) is an American professor of isotope geology in the Department of Geology and Geophysics at the University of operates the University of Wyoming High Precision Isotope Laboratory. Professor Sims is married, has two children and lives outside of Laramie, Wyoming.

    The overall scope of this book is to address properties and processes of magmatic systems from the vantage point of melt structure. To this end available data in chemically increasingly complex systems are reviewed and discussed with the ultimate goal being integration of the simple system data into a model that describes complex systems such Cited by: Atmospheric intertropical convergences impact surface ocean carbon and nitrogen biogeochemistry in the tropical Pacific Ocean. Geophysical Research Letters, 27(7): 26) Dunne, J.P., J.W. Murray, M. Rodier, D.A. Hansell. Export production in the western and central Pacific: zonal and temporal variability.


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Processes determining silicate concentrations in the northeastern Pacific Ocean by Stephen W. Hager Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Analytics × Add to Author: Stephen W. Hager. Temporal evolution of key parameters. (a) Colored lines show pre-bloom upper ocean silicate concentrations across the subpolar Atlantic; L, Ir, S, M and G in Fig. samples are made in the pre Cited by: Nitrate distributions can be divided into three categories: low (less than tmol 1-l) in the North Atlantic and south west Indian Ocean; intermediate (~tmol ) extending from the equatorial Atlantic to the Southern ocean, the rest of the Indian Ocean and the southern Pacific; high (values exceed 38~tmol ) concentrations are found Cited by: Surface waters of the eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean present the enigma of apparently high plant-nutrient concentrations but low phytoplankton.

1 Introduction. Trace metal concentrations and their isotope composition can serve as useful tracers and proxies for studying material cycling in the ocean (Anderson & Henderson, ).Zinc (Zn), an essential micronutrient for the growth of many marine phytoplankton groups, exhibits a nutrient type vertical profile closely correlating with silicate concentrations (Bruland, ; Author: Wen‐Hsuan Liao, Shotaro Takano, Shun‐Chung Yang, Shun‐Chung Yang, Kuo‐Fang Huang, Yoshiki Sohrin, Tu.

Distribution of Carbonate in Surface Sediments of the Pacific Ocean W. BERGER, C. ADELSECK, JR., AND L. MAYER Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, La Jolla, California The distribution of carbonate on the floor of the Pacific has been remapped on the basis of Cited by: Distribution of Phosphate, Nitrogen Compounds, and Silicate in the Oceans.

The distribution of phosphate in the three oceans may best be shown by means of longitudinal vertical sections whose locations are indicated in fig.

The representations are intended to bring out only the major features of the vertical distribution, and for this reason many of the minor irregularities. A coupled physical–biological model was developed to simulate the low-silicate, high-nitrate, and low-chlorophyll (LSHNLC) conditions in the equatorial Pacific Ocean and used to compute a detailed budget in the Wyrtki box (5°N–5°S, –90°W) for the major sources and cycling of nitrogen and silicon in the equatorial by: Increased silicate concentrations will affect the water ecosystem and the possibilities for use of the water system by humans.

In water treatment, we are concerned with silica because of its capacity to form scale deposits on surfaces it comes in contact with.

In its colloidal form it consists of very fine particles in suspension. Processes affecting the concentration of silica at the sediment-water interface of the Atlantic Ocean July Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres 80(21) Start studying Chemical Oceanography Chapter 3.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. What it the deep water concentration ratio between the Pacific and Atlantic for Silicate. What processes control mean ocean concentration of macro-nutrients. River input Ocean circulation.

In the sub-polar North Paci"c Ocean, surface phosphate mean concentrations range from a maximum winter value of lM to a minimum of lM in the M.E.

Conkright et al. / Deep-Sea Research I 47 () } Cited by: A time series (–) of silicate concentrations in the surface mixed layer at Ocean Station P (OSP, 50°N, °W) in the subarctic NE Pacific Ocean in high-nutrient and low-chlorophyll.

Low-silica water is found along the western boundary of the North Pacific, with a separate broad tongue south of Hawaii. The highest silica on both isopycnals is in the northeast Pacific.

A bottom maximum in the Cascadia Basin in the northeastern Pacific can be. Dissolved zinc and silicate decoupling in the North Pacific Ocean. Large-scale distributions of dissolved zinc (Zn) in the western and central subarctic North Pacific Ocean was established as part of the North Pacific GEOTRACES section GP Kim and co-workers could figure out interesting Zn behavior in this area: concentrations were.

silicate definition: 1. any of a large number of common minerals formed of silica, oxygen, and one or more other. Learn more.

Sodium silicate adds silicate anions, together with sodium and hydroxyl ions, to water. Silica is found to some extent in all natural waters and is believed to be ecologically harmless. The charged, polymeric nature of the silica found in synthetic silicate solutions is responsible for its reaction with metals and corrosion inhibition properties.

EGU Natural stable isotopes are a powerful tool in marine sciences to investigate biological processes, such as present and past nutrient utilization. In this study we present the first dissolved silicon isotope data in the upwelling area off Peru, where one of the world’s largest Oxygen Minimum Zones (OMZ) is located.

Silicon is the most important component required Author: Patricia Grasse, Claudia Ehlert, Evgeniya Ryabenko, Martin Frank. Scope and field of application This procedure describes a method for the determination of reactive silicate in seawater. This method is suitable for the assay of oceanic concentrations between mmoll -1 to mmol l This method is a.

Concentrations of copper, nickel, and cadmium have been determined for about surface water samples. Nonupwelling open-ocean concentrations of these metals are Cu, nmol/kg; Ni, nmol/kg; and Cd, less than 10 pmol/kg. In the equatorial Pacific upwelling zone, concentrations of Ni (3.

An example of this kind of approach to biogeochemical cycles in the ocean can be seen in the following figure, where the reservoirs represented are the atmosphere, lithosphere, terrestrial (land-based) biosphere, surface ocean, phytoplankton, and deep ocean.

The figure shows the global carbon cycle, a network of interrelated processes that.transfer of carbon to higher trophic levels and the deep ocean. These blooms are terminated by limiting silicate concentrations in summer. Numerous regional studies have demonstrated phytoplankton community shifts to lightly-silicied diatoms and non-silicifying plankton at the onset of silicate limitation.Distinguished Professor.

Ph.D.,University of California at San Diego/ Scripps Institution of Oceanography. @ Ocean carbon cycle, marine geochemistry of organic compounds, organic and inorganic nitrogen-cycle biochemistry silicate and carbonate biomineralization.