Barite bio-organo-mineralization processes at mesopelagic depths
Entry ID: BIOBAM

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Summary
Abstract: Important to our understanding of marine biogeochemistry and climates cycles is the transfer to depth of particulate organic carbon (C) via the biological pump. The surface and mesopelagic zones (upper 1000 m) are of crucial significance in determining the efficiency of the transfer and the fate of biogenic material, since mineralization length scales are important indicators of the capacity of ... View entire text

Purpose: In this context, the BIOBAM project (Bio-Ogano-Minéralization de la BArytine en Zone Mésopélagique) will focus for the first time on the black box of subsurface & mesopelagic particles fluxes in order to provide a better understanding of the link between the processes of barite formation, degradation and remineralization of OM and the characteristics of exported particles, and their dependency on ... View entire text
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Centre d'Océanologie de Marseille Supplemental Info
Data Center URL: http://www.bariteco.com

Data Center Personnel
Name: STÉPHANIE JACQUET
Phone: +33491829337
Fax: +33491826548
Email: stephanie.jacquet at univmed.fr
Contact Address:
LOPB - Centre d’Océanologie de Marseille, UMR6535, Campus de Luminy, Case 901
City: MARSEILLE
Province or State: Cedex 9
Postal Code: 13288
Country: France
Personnel
Role: INVESTIGATOR
Phone: +33491829337
Fax: +33491826548
Email: stephanie.jacquet at univmed.fr
Contact Address:
LOPB - Centre d’Océanologie de Marseille, UMR6535, Campus de Luminy, Case 901
City: MARSEILLE
Province or State: Cedex 9
Postal Code: 13288
Country: France
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Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 2011-09-09
Last DIF Revision Date: 2011-10-06
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