Pollution Control and Energy Needs by Jimeson R.M., Spindt R.S. (eds.)

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Their decktop incubation experiments showed enhanced growth from all of the iron additions, with the most dramatic enhancement in carboys enriched with atmospheric aerosol particles (Figure 6). They also observed clear diurnal patterns in iron levels, with a maximum at midday. This is consistent with a model involving the reductive dissolution of colloidal iron, its subsequent oxidation, and the uptake of dissolved iron (III). ,I993). A University of Rhode Island (URI) team studied the influence of ultraviolet radiation, photo-chemical cycling, and rain events on the distribution of iron and hydrogen peroxide, and the speciation and bioavailability of iron.

The details of the aerosol physical measurements will be a manuscript by D. Covert and coworkers. For up-to-date information on the above RN Vickers manuscripts and others, contact Dr. Tim Bates, NOANPMEL, 7600 Sand Point Way, Seattle, WA 98115. , 1991). , 1991). In three regions of the Pacific Ocean the input of eolian iron may regulate production in surface waters. These are the high latitude open ocean in the Gulf of Alaska and the Southern Ocean, and the band of nutrient rich surface water that exists in the central and eastern equatorial Pacific.

Figure 10 summarizes the monthly linear correlations for the full data sets from the three sites (Parrish, 1993). Strong positive correlations were found at all three sites for the summer months. At Sable Island the correlation disappeared as fall progressed, and a negative correlation developed in the winter. This negative correlation in tum disappeared as spring progressed, followed by the reappearance of the positive correlation. -; . '. '' . i~~~tj, :',J~~ \-~. 0 . -~. 60 a. -~---r----- o 200 100 o o 100 100 200 CO (ppbv) Figure 8.

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