Effects of solar ultraviolet radiation on biogeochemical dynamics in aquatic environments : report of a workshop, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, October 23-26, 1989
Blough, Neil V.
Zepp, R. G.
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This workshop assembled a diverse group of experts, including atmospheric chemists and physicists and aquatic chemists, biochemists and biologists to address the possible ramifcations of changing Ultraviolet levels on biogeochemical dynamics of aquatic environments.
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