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Marine Chemistry Books

This section contains free e-books and guides on Marine Chemistry, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.

Chemical Oceanography by Professor James W. Murray

This note explains the following topics: Ocean Circulation and Current Carbon Cycle, Major Ions of Seawater, Trace Elements in Seawater, Sinks for Anthropogenic Carbon, Controls on the Composition of Seawater, Stable Isotopes, Radioactive Isotopes and Decay ,Gases and Gas Exchange, Tracers for Gas Exchange, Ocean Carbonate Chemistry: Reactions, Ocean Carbonate Chemistry: Ocean Distributions Principles of Mass Balance - Box Models, Primary Production - Nutrient Stoichiometry, Biological Production - Chemical Tracers, Iron Distributions and Controls, Redox Reactions and Respiration and Oxygen, Redox Sequence and Sedimentary Diagenesis , Ocean Nitrogen Cycle; Global Oxygen Cycle.

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Marine geology

The aim of this note is to make you familiar with how ocean basins and margins developed through time. Of interest are their geological structure, their water mass properties, water mass circulation, and sedimentary processes shaping the seafloor.

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Ocean chemistry and deep sea sediments

This note explains the following topics: type of deep-sea sediments, Chemical cycles in the Ocean, Accumulation of pelagic biogenic sediments, Supply of terrigenous eolian and fluvial sediments, Diagenesis of deep-sea sediments.

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Lecture Notes in Oceanography

These notes represent the topic content for physical oceanography. Topics covered includes: The place of physical oceanography in science, tools and prerequisites: projections and ocean topography, Objects of study in Physical Oceanography, Properties of seawater, The Global Oceanic Heat Budget, Distribution of temperature and salinity with depth; the density stratification , Aspects of Geophysical Fluid Dynamics, Thermohaline processes; water mass formation; the seasonal thermocline, The ocean and climate, Waves, Long Wave, Estuaries, Oceanographic instrumentation.

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Chemical Oceanography Lectures Notes

This lecture note explains the following topics: Ocean Circulation and Current Carbon Cycle, Major Ions of Seawater, Trace Elements in Seawater, Controls on the Composition of Seawater, Stable Isotopes, Radioactive Isotopes and Decay, Gases and Gas Exchange, Tracers for Gas Exchange, Ocean Carbonate Chemistry: Reactions, Ocean Carbonate Chemistry: Ocean Distributions, Principles of Mass Balance - Box Models, Primary Production - Nutrient Stoichiometry, Biological Production - Chemical Tracers, Iron Distributions and Controls, Redox Reactions, Respiration and Oxygen

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Marine Chemistry Lecture Notes

This lecture note provides an introduction to chemical oceanography. It describes reservoir models and residence time, major ion composition of seawater, inputs to and outputs from the ocean via rivers, the atmosphere, and the sea floor.

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Marine Chemistry

This note covers the following topics: Properties of Water and Seawater, Temperature, Salinity, Density, General Ocean Circulation, Major Elements in the Ocean, Trace Elements in the Ocean, Marine Chemical Mass Balance, Life in the Oceans, Chemical Equilibrium, Remineralization, Acid-Base Reactions, Carbonate Chemistry, Seawater Composition Changes, Marine Sediments, Radioactive Tracers, Paleoceanography.

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