ASIAN GEOTRACES: Interaction between the North Pacific and its marginal seas (April 2019)

ASIAN GEOTRACES: Interaction between the North Pacific and its marginal seas
Edited by Greg Cutter, Jing Zhang and Pinghe Cai
Marine Chemistry
9 April 2019
https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/marine-chemistry/special-issue/10ZN2NDLMVP

This special issue arises from the Asian GEOTRACES Workshop held January 2017 at the Hokkaido University, Japan. It includes 8 articles:

  1. Winter iron supply processes fueling spring phytoplankton growth in a sub-polar marginal sea, the Sea of Okhotsk: Importance of sea ice and the East Sakhalin Current
    Naoya Kanna, Yusuke Sibano, Takenobu Toyota, Jun Nishioka
    20 October 2018, Pages 109-120
  2. Material cycling in coastal waters and the role of the Kiritappu Wetland in Hamanaka, Hokkaido: An analysis using the surf clam (Pseudocardium sachalinense) as an environmental indicator
    X. Ba, N. Kouchi, K. Watanabe, M. Nakaoka, M. Fujii
    20 September 2018
  3. Water mass analysis and contribution estimation using heavy rare earth elements: Significance of Kuroshio intermediate water to Central East China Sea shelf water
    Jing Zhang, Qian Liu, Li-li Bai, Takeshi Matsuno
    20 August 2018, Pages 172-180
  4. Vertical distribution of 129I released from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in the Kuroshio and Oyashio current areas
    Takashi Suzuki, Shigeyoshi Otosaka, Jun Kuwabara, Hideyuki Kawamura, Takuya Kobayashi
    20 August 2018 Pages 163-171
  5. Processes controlling the distribution and cycling of dissolved manganese in the northern South China SeaZhaowei Wang, Jingling Ren, Jiliang Xuan, Faming Li, Ying Guo
    20 August 2018, Pages 152-162
  6. Organic complexation of copper in estuarine waters: An assessment of the multi-detection window approachKuo Hong Wong, Hajime Obata, Taejin Kim, Asami Suzuki Mashio, Hiroshi Ogawa
    20 August 2018, Pages 144-151
  7. The important role of submarine groundwater discharge (SGD) to derive nutrient fluxes into River dominated Ocean Margins – The East China Sea
    Xilong Wang, Mark Baskaran, Kaijun Su, Jinzhou Du
    20 August 2018,Pages 121-132
  8. Factors influencing the use of dissolved aluminum as a source tracer in the East China Sea and adjacent waters
    Lei Li, Fa-Ming Li, Zhao-Wei Wang, Mei-Xun Zhao, Jing Zhang, Jing-Ling Ren
    20 August 2018, Pages 133-143