Trace elements and primary production: Problems, effects and solutions

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Knauer, G. , A., & Martin, J. , H. (1983). Trace elements and primary production: Problems, effects and solutions. NATO Conference Series, (Series) 4: Marine Sciences, 9, 825-840.
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TitleTrace elements and primary production: Problems, effects and solutions
AuthorsG. Knauer, J. Martin
AbstractThe measurement of primary production in the ocean is basic to biological oceanographic processes. Factors which control primary production are varied, but include micronutrients (i. e. , N and P) in sufficient supply, as well as many nanonutrients such as Cu, Mn and Zn. High levels of many of these trace constituents are toxic. Recent studies have shown that ambient concentrations of a number of nanonutrients in sea water are lower by an order of magnitude than previously believed.
JournalNATO Conference Series, (Series) 4: Marine Sciences
Date1983
Volume9
Start page825
End page840
ISSN0164-2057
SubjectsMANAGANESE AND ALLOYS - Analysis, TRACE ANALYSIS, MICROBIAL POPULATIONS, NANONUTRIENTS, TRACE METAL CONCENTRATIONS, SEAWATER
NoteCited By (since 1996):1, Oceanography, CODEN: NCSFD

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