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content material: Biogenic sulfur emissions : a overview / Viney P. Aneja and William J. Cooper --
U.S. nationwide biogenic sulfur emissions stock / A. Guenther, B. Lamb, and H. Westberg --
Variability in biogenic sulfur emissions from Florida wetlands / David J. Cooper, William J. Cooper, William Z. de Mello, Eric S. Saltzman, and Rod G. Zika --
Synthesis and emission of hydrogen sulfide via greater vegetation / Heinz Rennenberg --
Sulfur emissions from roots of the rain wooded area tree Stryphnodendron excelsum : surroundings, neighborhood, and physiological implications / Bruce Haines, Marilyn Black, and Charlene Bayer --
beginning of hydrogen sulfide in freshwater sediments / D.A. Dunnette --
Sulfur biking in an experimentally acidified seepage lake / L.A. Baker, N.R. city, P.L. Brezonik, and L.A. Sherman --
Reactivity of sulfur nucleophiles towards halogenated natural compounds in average waters / Jack E. Barbash and Martin Reinhard --
Distribution of dimethyl sulfide within the oceans : a evaluate / William J. Cooper and Patricia A. Matrai --
Biogeochemical biking of dimethyl sulfide in marine environments / Stuart G. Wakeham and John W.H. Dacey --
Dimethyl sulfide construction in marine phytoplankton / Maureen D. Keller, Wendy okay. Bellows, and Robert R.L. Guillard --
Dimethyl sulfide and (dimethylsulfonio)propionate in ecu coastal and shelf waters / S.M. Turner, G. Malin, and P.S. Liss --
Microbial metabolism of dimethyl sulfide / Barrie F. Taylor and Ronald P. Kiene --
Metabolism of acrylate and 3-mercaptopropionate : decomposition items of (dimethylsulfonio)propionate in anoxic marine sediments / Ronald P. Kiene and Barrie F. Taylor --
Mechanistic stories of organosulfur (thiol) formation in coastal marine sediments / Appathurai Vairavamurthy and Kenneth Mopper --
diminished sulfur compounds within the marine surroundings : research by means of high-performance liquid chromatography / Russell D. Vetter, Patricia A. Matrai, Barbara Javor, and John O'Brien --
Enzymatic steps and dissimilatory sulfur metabolism by way of complete cells of anoxyphotobacteria / Ulrich Fischer --
Thermodynamics and kinetics of hydrogen sulfide in usual waters / Frank J. Millero and J. Peter Hershey --
Hydrogen sulfides in oxic seawater / Scott Elliott, Eric Lu, and F. Sherwood Rowland --
Dimethyl sulfide and hydrogen sulfide in marine air / Eric S. Saltzman and David J. Cooper --
Distribution of biogenic sulfur compounds within the distant Southern Hemisphere / H. Berresheim, M.O. Andreae, G.P. Ayers, and R.W. Gillett --
Sulfur isotope ratios : tracers of non-sea salt sulfate within the distant surroundings / Julie A. Calhoun and Timothy S. Bates --
computerized equipment for measuring hint degrees of sulfur dioxide utilizing translation reactions / Purnendu okay. Dasgupta, Liu Ping, Genfa Zhang, and Hoon Hwang --
Gas-phase atmospheric oxidation of biogenic sulfur compounds : a assessment / John M.C. aircraft --
OH-initiated oxidation of biogenic sulfur compounds : kinetics and mechanisms less than atmospheric stipulations / A.J. Hynes and P.H. Wine --
Mechanism of atmospheric oxidation of sulfur dioxide through hydroxyl radicals / Larry G. Anderson, Paul M. Gates, and Charles R. Nold --
Atmospheric reactions of CH₃S radicals / G.S. Tyndall and A.R. Ravishankara --
Mechanisms for the response of CH₃S with out₂ / Shiro Hatakeyama --
impression of halogen oxides on dimethyl sulfide oxidation within the marine surroundings / I. Barnes, K.H. Becker, D. Martin, P. Carlier, G. Mouvier, J.L. Jourdain, G. Laverdet, and G. Le Bras --
Fourier rework IR reports of the reactions of dimethyl sulfoxide with OH, NO₃, and Cl radicals / I. Barnes, V. Bastian, K.H. Becker, and D. Martin --
North Sea dimethyl sulfide emissions as a resource of heritage sulfate over Scandinavia : a version / Ian Fletcher --
The uptake of gases by way of liquid droplets : sulfur dioxide / James A. Gardner, Lyn R. Watson, Yusuf G. Adewuyi, Jane M. Van Doren, Paul Davidovits, Douglas R. Worsnop, Mark S. Zahniser, and Charles E. Kolb --
fee of response of methanesulfonic acid, dimethyl sulfoxide, and dimethyl sulfone with hydroxyl radical in aqueous resolution / P J. Milne, Rod G. Zika, and Eric S. Saltzman --
Oxidation of biogenic sulfur compounds in aqueous media : kinetics and environmental implications / Yusuf G. Adewuyi.

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ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1989. 7 40 60 80 100 120 Water Depth (cm) Figure 3. Effect of water column depth on the emission of H S from a coastal seawater surface, Rookery Bay, Florida, October 1985 and January 1986. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1989. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1989. Figure 4. Emissions of HoS and D M S from a I. roemerianus marsh, soil temperature and insolation, St.

These studies were limited to surfaces where large temporal changes in natural emissions were not occurring, and ultimately became limited by the reliability of the permeation devices. 3 m n - 1 l t e r Results and Discussion Emissions of biogenic sulfur compounds to the atmosphere result from an imbalance between metabolic formation processes and b i o l o g i c a l or physicochemical consumption processes, determined on the spatial scale of the available methods for measuring emission fluxes.

HoS was collected using a silve the fluorescence quenching and D M D S were collected by cryogenic trapping in a packed Teflon loop, using liquid oxygen, and analysed by gas chromatography with flame photometric detection (2,1Q). A 1 2 foot Chromosil 330 column was used with nitrogen as the carrier gas at 30 c m i - i . The G C oven was temperature programmed from 25-100°C at 25°C m i n with an initial hold of two minutes and a final hold of eight minutes. The G C method is quantitative for these three compounds.

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