Abstracts of papers submitted in 1984 for publication, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, Massachusetts
Rabushka, Anne I.
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This volume contains all abstracts submitted for publication during calendar year 1984 by the staff and students of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Because some of the abstracts may not be published in the journal to which they have been submitted initially, we have purposely omitted identifying the journals. The volume is intended to be informative, but not a bibliography. The abstracts are listed by title in the Table of Contents and are grouped into one of our five departments, marine policy, or the student category. An author index is presented in the back to facilitate locating specific papers.
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Kading, Tristan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2013-02)Thiol substances can form stable complexes with metals (especially copper and mercury) in the surface ocean that can impact cycling and bioavailability of those elements. In this study, I present seven concentration ...
Insight into chemical, biological, and physical processes in coastal waters from dissolved oxygen and inert gas tracers Manning, Cara C. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2017-02)In this thesis, I use coastal measurements of dissolved O2 and inert gases to provide insight into the chemical, biological, and physical processes that impact the oceanic cycles of carbon and dissolved gases. Dissolved ...
Coral biomineralization, climate proxies and the sensitivity of coral reefs to CO2-driven climate change DeCarlo, Thomas M. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2017-02)Scleractinian corals extract calcium (Ca2+) and carbonate (CO2−3) ions from seawater to construct their calcium carbonate (CaCO3) skeletons. Key to the coral biomineralization process is the active elevation of the CO2−3 ...