Biogenic Sulfur in the Environment

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American Chemical Society, 1989 - History - 572 pages
Features state-of-the-art research on the fate and origin of natural (as opposed to pollutant) sulfur compounds, specifically, the cycling of biologically produced sulfur throughout the environment. Covers terrestrial and freshwater systems: emissions and transformations, oceans: distributions, biological transformations, and chemical transformations, and atmosphere: distribution, gas-phase transformations, and aqueous-phase transformations. Analytical techniques and up-to-date bibliographies are included as well as new research results never before published.

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U S National Biogenic Sulfur Emissions Inventory
Variability in Biogenic Sulfur Emissions
Synthesis and Emission of Hydrogen Sulfide

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William J. Cooper, Jr., is the author or coauthor of six books. The recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities, he has won the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Biography and the Jefferson Davis Award, among other honors.

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