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Systems Biogeochemistry of Major Marine Biomes

Mazumdar, Aninda / Ghosh, Wriddhiman (Editor)

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1. Edition April 2022
336 Pages, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-55438-7
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Systems Biogeochemistry of Major Marine Biomes

A comprehensive system-level discussion of the geomicrobiology of the Earth's oceans

In Systems Biogeochemistry of Major Marine Biomes, a team of distinguished researchers delivers a systemic overview of biogeochemistry across a number of major physiographies of the global ocean: the waters and sediments overlying continental margins; the deep sub-surfaces; the Arctic and Antarctic oceans; and the physicochemical extremes such as the hypersaline and sulfidic marine zones, cold methane seeps and hydrothermal ecosystems.

The book explores state-of-the-art advances in marine geomicrobiology and investigates the drivers of biogeochemical processes. It highlights the imperatives of the unique, fringe, and cryptic processes while studying the geological manifestations and ecological feedbacks of in situ microbial metabolisms. Taking a holistic approach toward the understanding of marine biogeochemical provinces, this book emphasizes the centrality of culture-dependent and culture-independent (meta-omics-based) microbiological information within a systems biogeochemistry framework.

Perfect for researchers and scientists in the fields of geochemistry, geophysics, geomicrobiology, oceanography, and marine science, Systems Biogeochemistry of Major Marine Biomes will also earn a place in the libraries of policymakers and advanced graduate students seeking a one-stop reference on marine biogeochemistry.

Biome I Continental margins

1. Biogeochemistry of marine oxygen minimum zones with special emphasis on the Northern Indian Ocean
Svetlana Fernandes, Subhrangshu Mandal, Kalyani Sivan, Aditya Peketi, and Aninda Mazumdar

2. Sedimentary records of present and past marine sulfur cycling
Harald Strauss

3. The role of microorganisms in iron reduction in marine sediments
Carolina Reyes, and Patrick Meister

4. Biogeochemistry of Nitrogen in the marine system with special emphasis on the Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal
Kalyani Sivan, Aninda Mazumdar, Aditya Peketi, and Jittu Mathai

5. Organic carbon in the sediments of western Indian margin
Pratima M. Kessarkar, Venigalla P. Rao, Lina L. Fernandes, and Siby Kurian

Biome II Ocean Depths

6. Deep subsurface microbiomes of the marine realm
Jagannath Sarkar, Nibendu Mondal, Subhrangshu Mandal, Sumit Chatterjee, and Wriddhiman Ghosh

7. Biogeochemistry of marine petroleum systems
Subhrangshu Mandal, Nibendu Mondal, Sabyasachi Bhattacharya, Wriddhiman Ghosh, and Bhaskar Bhadra

Biome III Polar Oceans

8. Biogeochemical processes in the Arctic Ocean
Rupesh K. Sinha, and Krishnan P. Kottekkatu

9. Biogeochemistry and ecology of the Indian Sector of the Southern Ocean
Rahul Mohan, Suhas S. Shetye, Shramik Patil, Sabu Prabhakaran, Vidya P. Jayapalan, and Melena Soares

10. Benthic biome of the Southern Ocean: Present state of knowledge and future perspective
Moumita Bhowmik, Sumit Mandal, and Sarat C. Tripathy

11. Biogeochemistry of the Antarctic coasts: implications for biodiversity and climate change
Amrutha Karayakath, Jitendra K. Pattanaik, Khem C. Saini, Pushpendu Kundu, and Felix Bast

Biome IV Extreme environments

12. Geomicrobiology at a physicochemical limit for Life: Deep-sea hypersaline anoxic basins
Nibendu Mondal, Subhrangshu Mandal, and Wriddhiman Ghosh

13. Ecology of Cold Seep Habitats
Mandar Nanajkar, Kalyan De, Aniket Desai, Sambhaji Mote, and Sabyasachi Sautya

14. Biogeochemical characteristics of hydrothermal systems in Indian Ocean
Surya Prakash Lankalapalli, Sheryl O. Fernandes, Baban Ingole,and John P. Kurian
Aninda Mazumdar is Principal Scientist of Geological Oceanography at CSIR-National Institute of Oceanography in Goa, India.

Wriddhiman Ghosh is Associate Professor in the Department of Microbiology at Bose Institute in Kolkata, India.

A. Mazumdar, CSIR-National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula, India; W. Ghosh, Bose Institute, Kolkata, India