biogeochemical love

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to biogeochemistry

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Examples

  • Atmospheric chemistry and its role in biogeochemical cycles and climate.

    Paul Crutzen - Curriculum Vitae

  • Energy input to ecosystems drives the flow of matter between organisms and the environment in a process known as biogeochemical cycling.

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  • Will ecosystem services such as biogeochemical, hydrological or societal be compromised or enhanced by atmospheric and climatic change?

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  • Notes that in order to provide reliable predictions on the potential adverse impacts on marine biodiversity of activities involving ocean fertilization, further work to enhance our knowledge and modeling of ocean biogeochemical processes is required, in accordance with decision IX/16 (c) and taking into account decision IX/20 and LC-LP. 2 (2010);

    First-ever congressional geoengineering report released

  • She teaches both graduate and undergraduate courses on climate change, biogeochemical cycles, sustainability, and the intersection of environment, society, and technology.

    Contributor: Jennie C. Stephens

  • Prof. Pacyna's expertise is based on studies on biogeochemical cycling and fluxes of various chemicals and radionuclides through the environment and source-receptor relationships of various chemicals in the local, regional, and global environment.

    Contributor: Jozef M. Pacyna

  • Work in the lab and field studies focuses on the role of microorganisms in biogeochemical cycles, and conversely how the biogeochemistry of aquatic systems affects the production and activities of microorganisms.

    Contributor: Steven W. Wilhelm

  • Anthropogenic emissions have altered the natural biogeochemical cycles of these elements [26].

    Climate change, interactive changes and stresses in the Arctic

  • These species played a pivotal role in biogeochemical history.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • However, complex feedbacks also exist both within major classes of components (e.g., trophic structure linkages with biogeochemical cycling), as well as between components (e.g., ice duration and timing feedbacks to the regional climate system), but are not illustrated above for visual clarity.

    Introduction to freshwater ecosystems and fisheries in the Arctic

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