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New thoughts about authigenic carbonate

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Understanding the burial of carbon from Earth’s surface environment requires knowledge of the sedimentary processes that may change organic carbon into inorganic carbon, and what then drives the trapping of inorganic carbon as insitu, authigenic, carbonate. I will present a mixture of modeling and geochemical approaches taken to address the issue of what controls the formation of sedimentary authigenic carbonate and how it is linked to subseafloor microbial metabolism.

This talk is part of the British Antarctic Survey - Polar Oceans seminar series series.

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