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Record #118401:

Why is silicate high in Antarctic surface water? Not because of "glacial weathering" / A.J. van Bennekom, A.J.J. Sandee, M. Lipski.

Title: Why is silicate high in Antarctic surface water? Not because of "glacial weathering" / A.J. van Bennekom, A.J.J. Sandee, M. Lipski.
Author(s): Bennekom, A. J. van.
Sandee, A. J. J.
Lipski, M.
Date: 1992.
In: Circumpolar Journal. (1992.), Vol. 7(1-2) (1992)
Abstract: Attributes high concentrations of silicic acid in Antarctic surface waters to upwelling from depths of 2000 m and more and by rapid recycling of biogenic silica. Research conducted in Admiralty Bay, King George Island.
Notes:

Circumpolar Journal. Vol. 7(1-2) :124-125 (1992).

Keywords: 550.47 -- Biogeochemistry.
551.46 -- Oceanography, physical.
551.331 -- Glacial erosion.
551.464 -- Sea water, chemical properties.
551.465.46 -- Upwelling.
C -- Oceanography, hydrography and hydrology.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*726.1) -- South Shetland Islands.
(*726.14) -- King George Island group.
(*80) -- Southern Ocean.
(*823) -- Bransfield Strait.
SPRI record no.: 118401

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