2020 - Geochemistry Fellow Honor, Geochemical Society and the European Association of Geochemistry
Her primary areas of study are Oceanography, Sediment, Biogeochemical cycle, Environmental chemistry and Organic matter. Oceanography and Hypoxia are commonly linked in her work. Her research on Sediment frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Mineralogy.
Caroline P. Slomp combines subjects such as Eutrophication and Biogeochemistry with her study of Biogeochemical cycle. Her Environmental chemistry research focuses on Denitrification and how it relates to Nitrogen cycle. Her Organic matter research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Productivity, Sedimentary depositional environment, Pore water pressure and Sapropel.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Oceanography, Environmental chemistry, Sediment, Hypoxia and Organic matter. Her Oceanography research incorporates themes from Total organic carbon and Biogeochemical cycle. Her Environmental chemistry research includes themes of Denitrification, Anaerobic oxidation of methane and Ecology, Water column.
Her Denitrification study also includes fields such as
Sediment, Environmental chemistry, Oceanography, Water column and Hypoxia are her primary areas of study. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Structural basin, Sedimentary rock, Geochemistry, Vivianite and Anoxic waters. In the subject of general Environmental chemistry, her work in Biogeochemical cycle is often linked to Sulfate, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
In general Oceanography, her work in Estuary, Salinity, Deep sea and Cruise is often linked to Black sea linking many areas of study. Her Water column research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Continental shelf and Particulates. Her research on Hypoxia also deals with topics like
Her primary areas of investigation include Sediment, Environmental chemistry, Oceanography, Hypoxia and Biogeochemical cycle. Caroline P. Slomp interconnects Organic matter, Sedimentary rock, Water column, Vivianite and Anoxic waters in the investigation of issues within Sediment. Her Water column research integrates issues from Structural basin and Deposition.
Her Environmental chemistry research incorporates themes from Ecology, Anaerobic oxidation of methane, Archaea and Pore water pressure. Her work carried out in the field of Hypoxia brings together such families of science as Benthic zone, Dissolved organic carbon and Biogeochemistry. Her Biogeochemical cycle research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Total organic carbon, Nitrate and Ecosystem.
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Nutrient inputs to the coastal ocean through submarine groundwater discharge: controls and potential impact
Caroline P. Slomp;Philippe Van Cappellen.
Journal of Hydrology (2004)
Hypoxia-Related Processes in the Baltic Sea
Daniel J. Conley;Svante Björck;Erik Bonsdorff;Jacob Carstensen.
Environmental Science & Technology (2009)
Nanogoethite is the dominant reactive oxyhydroxide phase in lake and marine sediments
Claar van der Zee;Darryl R. Roberts;Denis G. Rancourt;Caroline P. Slomp.
Evaluation of sinks and sources of CO2 in the global coastal ocean using a spatially-explicit typology of estuaries and continental shelves
Goulven Gildas Laruelle;Hans H. Durr;Caroline P. Slomp;Alberto Borges.
Geophysical Research Letters (2010)
Phosphorus binding by poorly crystalline iron oxides in North Sea sediments
C.P. Slomp;S.J. Van der Gaast;W. Van Raaphorst.
Marine Chemistry (1996)
A key role for iron-bound phosphorus in authigenic apatite formation in North Atlantic continental platform sediments
C.P. Slomp;E.H.G. Epping;W. Helder;W. Van Raaphorst.
Journal of Marine Research (1996)
The role of adsorption in sediment-water exchange of phosphate in North Sea continental margin sediments
C. P. Slomp;J. F. P. Malschaert;W. Van Raaphorst.
Limnology and Oceanography (1998)
Anthropogenic perturbations of the silicon cycle at the global scale: Key role of the land-ocean transition
G. G. Laruelle;V. Roubeix;A. Sferratore;B. Brodherr.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2009)
Synchronous basin-wide formation and redox-controlled preservation of a Mediterranean sapropel
Gert J. De Lange;John Thomson;Anja Reitz;Caroline P. Slomp.
Nature Geoscience (2008)
Iron-mediated anaerobic oxidation of methane in brackish coastal sediments
Matthias Egger;Olivia Rasigraf;Célia J Sapart;Tom Jilbert.
Environmental Science & Technology (2015)
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