Biogeochemistry of World Land

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CRC-Press, Jan 1, 1994 - Science - 368 pages
Biogeochemistry of the World's Land covers a wide scope of biological cycles involving a variety of chemical elements and emphasizes specific features of natural zones. Theoretical concepts, experimental findings, and resulting conclusions are supported with comprehensive tables of data. The book also discusses the migration of enormous masses of heavy materials in nature. Biogeochemistry of the World's Land will be a useful reference for ecologists, hygienists, soil scientists, biologists, geochemists, geologists, geographers, and students in these fields.

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