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FROM VOLUME 5, NUMBER 11, NOVEMBER 1992

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS...
MARINE ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY: REVIEW AND CHALLENGES FOR THE FUTURE

Summaries and reviewed papers from this workshop (Honolulu, Hawaii, Jan. 1990) are published in Marine Chem., 39(1-3), Sep. 1992. (Elsevier Sci. Pubs., POB 882, Madison Sq. Sta., New York NY 10159; or POB 211, 1000 AE Amsterdam, Neth.) Topics include the carbon cycle, human influences on it through temperature and UV modification, feedbacks between it and global warming, and needed research.

"Overview and Key Recommendations," 5-9. For this and the following four working group reports write to issue editor J. Farrington, Woods Hole Oceanog. Inst., Woods Hole MA 02543.

"Water Column Working Group Report," 15-25.

"Sediment Diagenesis Working Group Report," 27-37.

"Macromolecular Organic Matter Working Group Report," 39-50.

"Biomarker and Molecular Paleontology Working Group Report," 51-65.

Review and Prospectus Papers

"Global Biogeochemical Cycles: Progress and Problems," J.I. Hedges (Sch. Oceanog, WB-10, Univ. Washington, Seattle WA 98195), 67-93.

"Organic Matter in the Water Column: Future Research Challenges," C. Lee (Marine Sci. Ctr., SUNY, Stony Brook NY 11794), S.G. Wakeham, 95-118.

"Early Diagenesis of Organic Matter in Marine Sediments: Progress and Perplexity," S.M. Henrichs (Inst. Marine Sci., Univ. Alaska, Fairbanks AK 99775), 119-149.

"Macromolecular Material (Humic Substance) in the Water Column and Sediments," R. Ishiwatari (Dept. Chem., Faculty Sci., Tokyo Metropolitan Univ., Minami-ohsawa 1-1, Hachijio, Tokyo 192-03, Japan), 151-166.

"Prospective Use of Molecular Paleontology to Test for Iron Limitation on Marine Primary Productivity," F.G. Prahl (Coll. Oceanog., Oregon State Univ., Corvallis OR 97331), 167-185.

"Physical Chemistry of Organic Compounds in the Marine Environment," P.M. Gschwend (Parsons Lab., Dept. Civil Eng., MIT, Cambridge MA 02139), R.P. Schwarzenbach, 187-207.

"Importance of Isotope Measurements in Marine Organic Geochemistry," E.R.M. Druffel (Chem. Dept., Woods Hole Oceanog. Inst., Woods Hole MA 02543), P.M. Williams, 209-215.

"Examining Large Databases: A Chemometric Approach Using Principal Component Analysis," R.R. Meglen (Dept. Chem., Univ. Colorado, POB 173364, Denver CO 80217), 217-237.

"Sampling and Experimental Challenges for the Next Decade in Marine Organic Chemistry--A Prospectus," S.G. Wakeham (Skidaway Inst., POB 13687, Savannah GA 31416), 239-242.

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