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  1. Most wetted surfaces that are illuminated support a population of phototrophs. The marine sediment is no exception and there the major component of the microphytobenthic population is diatoms. These organisms ...

    Authors: Barbara Wigglesworth-Cooksey, Deborah Berglund and Keith E Cooksey
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2001 2:75
  2. We discuss the voltammetric methods that are used to assess metal–organic complexation in seawater. These consist of titration methods using anodic stripping voltammetry (ASV) and cathodic stripping voltammetr...

    Authors: George W Luther III, Timothy F Rozan, Amy Witter and Brent Lewis
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2001 2:65
  3. The form or speciation of a metal in natural waters can change its kinetic and thermodynamic properties. For example, Cu(II) in the free ionic form is toxic to phytoplankton, while copper complexed to organic ...

    Authors: Frank Millero
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2001 2:57
  4. Deposits of Fe-Si-Mn oxyhydroxides are commonly found on the seafloor on seamounts and mid-ocean spreading centers. At Franklin Seamount located near the western extremity of Woodlark Basin, Papua New Guinea, ...

    Authors: TD Boyd and SD Scott
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2001 2:45
  5. An automatic system for the continuous monitoring of CO2, H2S, SO2 and meteorological parameters in atmosphere has been developed. The system has been tested in the laboratory in order to verify the stability and...

    Authors: B Badalamenti, M Liotta and M Valenza
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2001 2:30
  6. The elemental sulfur formed at the arsenopyrite surface after oxidation by ferric iron was quantitatively measured by extraction in perchloroethylene and subsequent quantitative analysis by HPLC. Reactions wit...

    Authors: Molly M McGuire, Jillian F Banfield and Robert J Hamers
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2001 2:25
  7. The ability of six humic acids (HAs) to form pseudomicellar structures in aqueous solution was evaluated by five techniques: size exclusion chromatography; pyrene fluorescence enhancement; the pyrene I1/I3 ratio;...

    Authors: Christi Young and Ray von Wandruszka
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2001 2:16
  8. An understanding of the size of petroleum secondary migration systems is vital for successful exploration for petroleum reserves. Geochemists have suggested that compositional fractionation of petroleum accomp...

    Authors: Steve Larter, Berni Bowler, Ed Clarke, Colin Wilson, Brian Moffatt, Barry Bennett, Gareth Yardley and Dan Carruthers
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2000 1:54
  9. As part of a larger study of the structure and behavior of polyterpenoids in sedimentary systems, the structural characteristics of the macromolecular constituents of Dammar resin and a related Class II amber ...

    Authors: Ken B. Anderson and John V. Muntean
    Citation: Geochemical Transactions 2000 1:1

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