Knowing pollution sources and risk implications is the primary step in environmental biogeochemistry
PhD, Senior Scientist of Biogeochemistry
, Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering Potsdam-Bornim, Germany, 1211 citations, H-index 16 (Google Scholar).
"It is now possible to undertake high-resolution modeling of the Earth's systems involving complex physics and biogeochemistry
without significant code tuning efforts.
of near-surface porewaters in these wetlands spanned a very broad range and was related to the wetland's water sources (Fig.
The use of biogeochemistry
in mineral exploration is an emerging field that shows exciting potential to become a valuable new exploration method that can complement the existing conventional geochemical and geophysical tools available to mineral explorers.
3) dedicated to "Climate change and Biogeochemistry
: Brazilian biomes".
Scientists at the Max Planck Institute of Biogeochemistry
initially calculated that technology could create as much as 68 TW.
"These microbes have turned out to be of fundamental importance in understanding the ecology and biogeochemistry
of the open oceans."
In Roots of Conflict the disciplines of archaeology, biogeochemistry
, demography, ethnohistory, hydrology, palaeoecology, and pedology are for a rare moment truly integrated and focused intently on understanding human-environment dynamics through a singular historical case: the rise of complex, hierarchical society in the Hawaiian Islands in the era before European contact.
Base cation and silicon biogeochemistry
under pine and scrub oak monocultures: implications for weathering rates.
Other topics of the 21 papers include the formation of Martian river valleys by impacts, oceanic island basalts and mantle plumes, frictional melting processes in planetary materials, spatial patterns in isotopic biogeochemistry
, and glacial earthquakes in Greenland and Antarctica.