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2012Atmospheric fluxes of organic N and P to the global oceanKANAKIDOU M.; DUCE Robert a.; PROSPERO J.; BAKER A. R.; BENITEZ-NELSON Claudia; DENTENER Franciscus; HUNTER Keith; LISS P. S.; MAHOWALD Natalie M.; OKIN Gregory, et alArticles in Journals
2012Atmospheric Transport and Deposition of Mineral Dust to the Ocean: Implications for Research NeedsSCHULZ Michael; PROSPERO J.; BAKER A. R.; DENTENER Franciscus; ICKES Luisa; LISS P. S.; MAHOWALD Natalie M.; NICKOVIC S.; PEREZ GARCIA-PANDA Carlos; RODRIGUEZ Sergio, et alArticles in Journals
2011Impacts of Anthropogenic SOx, NOx and NH3 on Acidification of Coastal Waters and Shipping LanesHUNTER Keith; LISS P. S.; SURAPIPITH Vanisa; BAKER A. R.; DENTENER Franciscus; DUCE Robert a.; KANAKIDOU M.; KUBILAY Nilgun; MAHOWALD Natalie M.; OKIN Gregory, et alArticles in Journals
2011Impacts of atmospheric nutrient deposition on marine productivity: Roles of nitrogen, phosphorus, and ironOKIN Gregory; BAKER A. R.; TEGEN Ina; MAHOWALD Natalie M.; DENTENER Franciscus; DUCE Robert a.; GALLOWAY James N.; HUNTER Keith; KANAKIDOU M.; KUBILAY Nilgun, et alArticles in Journals
2003Inorganic Bromine in the Marine Boundary Layer: a Critical Review.SANDER Rolf; KEENE William c.; PSZENNY A.a.p.; ARIMOTO Richard; AYERS Gregory, p.; CAINEY Jill m.; CRUTZEN Paul j.; DUCE Robert a.; HOENNINGER Gerd h.; HUEBERT Barry j., et alArticles in Journals
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