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  Information - BG3.01 Coastal biogeochemistry and its response to anthropogenic perturbations: inputs, gas exchange, carbon and nutrient cycling (co-listed in OS)

Event Information
During the session recent advancements in the field of coastal biogeochemistry will be discussed. Contributions focusing on carbon and nutrient and all other elementís cycles in coastal environments are invited to foster our understanding of the role of coastal environments in global biogeochemical cycles. The session also, but not exclusively invites presentations of recent findings of CARBOOCEAN, an integrated project of the European Union.

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers

Co-Sponsorship
IGBP-LOICZ, CARBOOCEAN (EU FP6 IP)

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