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Exploring The Engine Of Anthropogenic Iron Cycles

Sep 01, 2009· We present results from transient sensitivity studies with the Biogeochemical Elemental Cycling (BEC) ocean model to increasing anthropogenic atmospheric inorganic nitrogen (N) and soluble iron (Fe) deposition over the industrial era. Elevated N deposition results from fossil fuel combustion and agriculture, and elevated soluble Fe deposition results from increased atmospheric processing in ...

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Impacts Of Increasing Anthropogenic Soluble Iron And ...

Sep 01, 2009· We present results from transient sensitivity studies with the Biogeochemical Elemental Cycling (BEC) ocean model to increasing anthropogenic atmospheric inorganic nitrogen (N) and soluble iron (Fe) deposition over the industrial era. Elevated N deposition results from fossil fuel combustion and agriculture, and elevated soluble Fe deposition results from increased atmospheric processing in ...

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Tracing And Constraining Anthropogenic Aerosol Iron …

purely diagnostic of the presence of anthropogenic Fe. Another approach to evaluating the biogeochemical impor-tance of anthropogenic Fe deposited to the oceans is to use global aerosol deposition models, which resolve iron aerosol. Currently, modeling suggests that a …

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Pyrogenic Iron: The Missing Link To High Iron Solubility ...

Atmospheric deposition is a source of potentially bioavailable iron (Fe) and thus can partially control biological productivity in large parts of the ocean. However, the explanation of observed high aerosol Fe solubility compared to that in soil particles is still controversial, as several hypotheses have been proposed to explain this observation.

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Agriculture And Its Impact On Land‐Use Environment And ...

Jan 21, 2016· Human expansion throughout the world caused that agriculture is a dominant form of land management globally. Human influence on the land is accelerating because of rapid population growth and increasing food requirements. To stress the interactions between society and the environment, the driving forces (D), pressures (P), states (S), impacts (I), and response (R) (DPSIR) framework …

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Exploring The Engine Of Anthropogenic Iron Cycles

Oct 31, 2006· In the present work, we propose a framework for resource cycles that includes all relevant stocks and flows of metallic iron to assess present and future iron sources, and we apply this method to the U.S. iron cycle in the period of 1900–2004. Anthropogenic iron stocks are calculated by using a material flow analysis model.

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Exploring The Engine Of Anthropogenic Iron Cycles Pnas

Oct 31, 2006· Stocks of products in use are the pivotal engines that drive anthropogenic metal cycles: They support the lives of people by providing services to them; they are sources for future secondary resources (scrap); and demand for in-use stocks generates demand for metals. Despite their great importance and their impacts on other parts of the metal cycles and the environment, the study of in …

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Exploring The Engine Of Anthropogenic Iron Cycles

Despite their great importance and their impacts on other parts of the metal cycles and the environment, the study of in-use stocks has heretofore been widely neglected. Here we investigate anthropogenic and geogenic iron stocks in the United States (U.S.) by analyzing the iron cycle over the period 1900-2004. Our results show the following.

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Exploring The Engine Of Anthropogenic Iron Cycles

Exploring the engine of anthropogenic iron cycles Daniel B. Mu¨ller*, Tao Wang, Benjamin Duval, and T. E. Graedel School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University, 205 Prospect Street, New Haven, CT 06511 Edited by William C. Clark, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, and approved September 1, 2006 (received for review April 25, 2006)

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Exploring The Engine Of Anthropogenic Iron Cycles ...

Nov 01, 2006· Request PDF | Exploring the engine of anthropogenic iron cycles | Stocks of products in use are the pivotal engines that drive anthropogenic metal cycles…

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Forging The Anthropogenic Iron Cycle Request Pdf

Furthermore, in 2007, Wang et al. [37] formulated the anthropogenic iron cycle, concluding that the largest amount of iron in Europe can be found in landfills. Kral et al. [38] compared the copper ...

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Impacts Of Increasing Anthropogenic Soluble Iron And ...

[1] We present results from transient sensitivity studies with the Biogeochemical Elemental Cycling (BEC) ocean model to increasing anthropogenic atmospheric inorganic nitrogen (N) and soluble iron (Fe) deposition over the industrial era. Elevated N deposition results from fossil fuel combustion and agriculture, and elevated soluble Fe deposition results from increased atmospheric processing ...

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Multilevel Cycle Of Anthropogenic Copper Environmental ...

A comprehensive contemporary cycle for stocks and flows of copper is characterized and presented, incorporating information on extraction, processing, fabrication and manufacturing, use, discard, recycling, final disposal, and dissipation. The analysis is performed on an annual basis, ca. 1994, at three discrete governmental unit levels−56 countries or country groups that together comprise ...

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The Energy Required To Produce Materials: Constraints On ...

1. Introduction. Humanity’s use of materials is immense, growing and quite unequal between the rich and the poor. For example, Graedel & Cao [] point out that there is a correlation between rates of metal usage and gross domestic product (R 2 =0.7964), with per capita metal use in high-income countries (approx. US$12.5 k per cap) larger than the use in low-income countries (approx. US$1 k ...

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Sixth Grade Rocks

PROCEDURE: The rock cycle describes the processes by which rocks become other types of rocks by melting. erosion, and changes in temperature, and pressure in or on the Earth. Look at the rocks at the different stations around the room. Try to place the rocks in the correct positions in the two diagrams below: the rock cycle and the plate ...

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Health And Environmental Effects

Available literature data is not sufficient to provide similar balances for global release of all engine pollutants [316]. It is known however, based on inventories for anthropogenic sources, that internal combustion engines in mobile on- and off-road applications are significant contributors to the total man-made emission of NOx, CO, HC, and PM.

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