Biogenic Sulfur in the Environment
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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