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This book examines the usefulness of electrochemical methods for understanding complex natural biogeochemical processes. It describes techniques developed to measure trace metals, redox species, and major ions in fresh- and marine waters, hydrothermal vents, sediments, microbial mats, extraterrestrial systems, and at mineral-water interfaces. It will be of use to scientists and researchers who need to describe biogeochemical cycling of trace elements in natural environments.
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