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The first monograph on biogeochemistry of biogenic elements in China’s marginal seas
A landmark of the marine biogeochemistry developments in China
Author is the famous marine scientist in China who won the "National Science Foundation for Outstanding Young Scientists in China" in 1999 and the "100 Talents Project" given by the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2003
"Biogeochemical Processes of Biogenic Elements in China Marginal Seas" is the first monograph dedicated to this topic. The book mainly presents the latest research achievements of China's national research projects about the biogenic element cycling processes in China marginal seas starting in 1999. By describing the biogeochemical processes of China marginal seas, including the Bohai Sea, the Yellow Sea, the East China Sea, and the South China Sea, it covers almost all kinds of typical ecosystems' regional responses to global oceanic changes of the estuarine ecosystem, the continental shelf ecosystem, the upwelling ecosystem, the coral reef ecosystem, and the mangrove ecosystem. It will be of great interest to scientists and researchers in marine science.
Dr. Jinming Song is a professor at Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »ATSTC - Biogenic Element - Biogeochemical Process - Bohai Sea - China Marginal Seas - East China Sea - Mangrove - Ocean - South China Sea - Yellow Sea - ZJUP - ecosystem - ecosystems - marine
Biogeochemical Processes of the Bohai Sea.- Biogeochemical Processes of the Yellow Sea.- Biogeochemical Processes of the East China Sea.- Biogeochemical Processes of the South China Sea.- Prospects for Marine Biogeochemical Process Research in China.
Distribution rights in China: Zhejiang University Press