Biogeochemical processes and inorganic carbon dynamics

In this chapter, we will first refresh the basics of inorganic carbon chemistry in water and seawater, then introduce alkalinity and buffering, and discuss how biological processes and mineral formation are impacted and impact carbon dioxide in marine systems. Ocean acidification is introduced to the reader.

Middelburg J. J., 2019. Biogeochemical processes and inorganic carbon dynamics. In: Marine Carbon Biogeochemistry, pp 77-105. Springer, Cham. Chapter.

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