Conferences and Meetings

Goldschmidt 2010; Session 14d- "Biogeochemical Cycle of Silicon: From Land to Ocean" Abstract submission due date: February 21, 2010

By Keith Cowing
February 18, 2010

Session description:

The biogeochemical cycle of silicon, the second most abundant element of the earth’s crust and a key nutrient element for numerous organisms, extends from the continents, via estuaries, to the oceans. In all environmental reservoirs (geo)physical, chemical, and biological processes affect the cycling of silicon. We invite research conducted on all aspects of the silicon cycle, at all spatial and temporal scales, using experimental, observational and modeling techniques. We particularly encourage contributions that explore the interconnections between the geological and biological roles of silicon.

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Source: NAI newsletter

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