Marine Chemistry in the Coastal Environment by Editor-Thomas M. Church

By Editor-Thomas M. Church

content material: Chemical equilibrium in seawater / R.M. Pytkowicz, E. Atlas, and C.H. Culberson --
The actual chemistry of estuaries / Frank J. Millero --
Redox reactions and answer complexes of iron in marine platforms / Dana R. Kester, Robert H. Byrne, Jr., and Yu-Jean Liang --
Minor point types in coastal waters / Peter G. Brewer and Derek W. Spencer --
The calculation of chemical potentials in ordinary waters : program to combined chloride-sulfate options / G. Michel Lafon --
The task of hint metals in man made seawater at 25°C / M.W. Watson, R.H. wooden, and Frank J. Millero --
Methane and radon-222 as tracers for mechanisms of alternate around the sediment-water interface within the Hudson River estuary / D.E. Hammond, H.J. Simpson, and G. Mathieu --
strategies affecting the delivery of fabrics from continents to oceans / B.N. Troup and O.P. Bricker --
A box examine of chemical budgets for a small tidal creek : Charleston Harbor, S.C. --
J.L. Settlemyre and L.R. Gardner --
techniques affecting the vertical distribution of hint elements within the Chesapeake Bay / Richard L. Harris, George R. Helz, and Robert L. Cory --
An ESCA research of sorbed steel ions on clay minerals / Mitchell H. Koppelman and John G. Dillard --
using average Pb-210 as a heavy steel tracer within the river-estuarine process / Larry okay. Benninger, Dale M. Lewis, and Karl ok. Turekian --
beginning and distributions of low molecular weight hydrocarbons in Gulf of Mexico coastal waters / William M. Sackett and James M. Brooks --
Genesis and degradation of petroleum hydrocarbons in marine environments / T.F. Yen --
A comparability of research equipment for hydrocarbons in floor sediments / J.W. Farrington and B.W. Tripp --
Lipid geochemistry of contemporary sediments from the good Marsh, Lewes, Delaware / Paul J. Swetland and John F. Wehmiller --
Chemical elements influencing steel alkylation in water / K.L. Jewett, F.E. Brinckman, and J.M. Bellama --
Chemical and bacterial biking of heavy metals within the estuarine approach / F.E. Brinckman and W.P. Iverson --
Spatial and temporal diversifications within the interstitial water chemistry of Chesapeake Bay sediments / Gerald Matisoff, Owen P. Bricker, III, George R. Holdren, Jr., and Peter Kaerk --
A version for the keep an eye on of dissolved manganese within the interstitial waters of Chesapeake Bay / G.R. Holdren, Jr., O.P. Bricker, III, and G. Matisoff --
liberate of heavy metals from sediments : initial comparability of laboratory and box experiences / Kerilyn C. Burrows and Matthew H. Hulbert --
traits in waste stable disposal in U.S. coastal waters, 1968-1974 / M. furnish Gross --
business point of view on ocean disposal / Lloyd L. Falk --
Sludge disposal and the coastal city / Norman Nash --
Chemical wishes for the law of ocean disposal / T.A. Wastler and C.K. Offutt --
Pollutant inputs and distributions off southern California / D.R. younger, D.J. McDermott, T.C. Heesen, and T.K. Jan --
Use of silver and zinc to track sewage sludge dispersal in coastal waters / F. Rutherford and T. Church --
possible choices to marine disposal of sewage sludge / Richard I. Dick --
results of baled stable waste disposal within the marine atmosphere : a descriptive version / Theodore C. Loder --
Pioneering the recent of shrimp farming / Paul F. Bente, Jr. --
Renatured chitin fibrils, movies, and filaments / C.J. Brine and Paul R. Austin --
Seawater desalination by way of opposite osmosis / N. Walter Rosenblatt --
Marine anti-corrosive and anti-fouling coatings / Monroe M. Willey --
purposes of chemistry in deep ocean mining / J.A. Olander --
Nonbiological degradation and changes of natural insecticides in aqueous platforms / Samuel D. Faust --
pollution and bioactive compounds within the marine setting / George M. Padilla and Dean F. Martin --
New England coastal waters : an enormous estuary / Charles S. Yentsch --
Nutrient budgets within the Hudson River estuary / H.J. Simpson, D.E. Hammond, B.L. Deck, and S.C. Williams --
The seasonal edition in resources, concentrations, and affects of ammonium within the ny Bight apex / Harold B. O'Connors and Iver W. Duedall --
The dynamics of nitrogen and phosphorus biking within the open waters of the Chesapeake Bay / James J. McCarthy, W. Rowland Taylor, and Jay L. Taft --
Gross analyses of natural topic in seawater : why, how, and from the place / Jonathan H. Sharp.

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Wood, R. , J. Soln. , (1972), 1, 481. , (1974), 21, 57. (22) Sillen, L. , in "Oceanography", M. , Washington, D. , (1961), p. 549. (23) Garrels, R. , Thompson 260, 57. (24) Rester, D. , Pytkowicz, R. , Limnol. , (1969), 14, 686. (25) Pytkowicz, R. , Rester, D. , Amer. J. , (1969), 267, 217. (26) Lafon, G. D. Thesis, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois (1969). (27) Rester, D. , Pytkowicz, R. , Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, (1970), 34, 1039. (28) Rester, D. , Byrne, R. , "Ferromanganese Deposits on the Ocean Floor", Lamont, New York (1972), p.

I. 02881 The chemistry of iro i l ha considerabl effect on a variety of unique role in many biological systems due to its abi1ity to form porphyrin molecules which participate in biochemical oxidationreduction react ions. Changes in the oxidation state of iron in response to environmental changes in redox potential is a signif­ icant factor for geochemical processes such as the formation of pyrite ores and ferro-manganese nodules. The chemical behavior of iron in natural waters is also important because of its prev­ alent use in structural materials and its subsequent deterioration through corrosion reactions.

45) Ward, G. , Millero, F. , J. Soln. , (1974), 3, 431. (46) Millero, F. , Earth Planet. Sci. Letters, (1975), in press. (47) Millero, F. , Lawson, D. , J. Geophys. , (1975), submitted. (48) Millero, F. , Chem. , (1971), 71, 147. (49) Millero, F. , in "Water and Aqueous Solutions", R. H. , Wiley, New York (1972), p. 519. (50) Millero, F. , J. Chem. Eng. Data, (1975), to be submitted. (51) Millero, F. , i Wiley, New York (1975) , in press. (52) Millero, F. , Ward, G. , J. Mar. , (1975), submitted.

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