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Rates Of Biogeochemical Processes In Anoxic Sediments

William S. Reeburgh
Published 1983 · Geology
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Emphasises and summarises rate measurement of a number of processes important in remineralizing organic matter. It is necessary to show that the rates of all processes occurring in a given sediment are internally consistent. Sulfate reduction is the dominant reaction in terms of its organic matter, oxidising capacity, and is easily measured. Ammonium production can also be measured reliably.-from Author



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