On average, it's safe to say there have been 30 to 70 per cent losses of soil carbon under cultivation compared with the native, uncultivated conditions, says Jonathan Sanderman, a soil organic matter biogeochemist
in CSIRO's Carbon and Nutrient Cycling Research group (Sustainable Agriculture Flagship).
will wrap-up his findings from three previous expeditions at the meeting to try to pinpoint what is happening as the Earth's polar regions warm up.
We're not going to be able to track down each and every drop of oil," says biogeochemist
David Valentine of the University of California, Santa Barbara.
University of Portsmouth marine biogeochemist
, Dr Gary Fones says:
John has been a true pioneer in the discovery, isolation, and cultivation of marine cyanobacteria," said WHOI biogeochemist
William Schlesinger, President and Biogeochemist
, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
Because photosynthesis is complex, says biogeochemist
Sean Crowe, who jointly led the study with Lasse Dossing of the University of Southern Denmark in Odense, scientists have thought "that it took a very long time to evolve.
Hyde lifestyle," said Mak Saito, a WHOI biogeochemist
and lead author of the PNAS paper.
Chemical signatures of milk fat in perforated pots used as strainers provide the telltale clues to cheese making, says a team led by biogeochemist
Richard Evershed of the University of Bristol in England.
Tracy Mincer, a biogeochemist
at WHOI, zoomed in even further and found curious things happening on the surface of this plastic particle.
You tend to underestimate things when you do that kind of bottom-up approach," says Robert Howarth, a biogeochemist
at Cornell University.
That's the puzzle Carl Lamborg, a biogeochemist
at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), is trying to solve.