2015 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Claudia R. Benitez-Nelson mainly investigates Oceanography, Environmental chemistry, Particulates, Seawater and Biogeochemistry. Her research on Oceanography often connects related topics like Biogeochemical cycle. She works mostly in the field of Biogeochemical cycle, limiting it down to concerns involving Sedimentary rock and, occasionally, Water column.
Claudia R. Benitez-Nelson studies Deposition, a branch of Environmental chemistry. Her Particulates study incorporates themes from Total organic carbon, Nutrient and Carbon cycle. Her study focuses on the intersection of Biogeochemistry and fields such as Ecosystem with connections in the field of Bloom, Phytoplankton, Biomass, Mesoscale meteorology and Plankton.
Claudia R. Benitez-Nelson mainly focuses on Oceanography, Environmental chemistry, Particulates, Water column and Structural basin. She has researched Oceanography in several fields, including Total organic carbon and Biogeochemical cycle. Her primary area of study in Environmental chemistry is in the field of Deposition.
In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Particulates, Mineralogy is strongly linked to Seawater. Her studies in Water column integrate themes in fields like Atmospheric sciences, Surface water and Anoxic waters. Her studies deal with areas such as Phytoplankton, Ecosystem and Plankton as well as Upwelling.
Her primary scientific interests are in Oceanography, Structural basin, Environmental chemistry, Geochemistry and Zooplankton. Her studies in Oceanography integrate themes in fields like Sedimentary rock and Sediment. As a part of the same scientific family, Claudia R. Benitez-Nelson mostly works in the field of Structural basin, focusing on Flood myth and, on occasion, Total organic carbon and Earth science.
The Environmental chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Estuary, Isotopic composition, Organic phosphorus and Subtropics. Her study in Zooplankton is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Atmospheric sciences, Mesopelagic zone and Upwelling. In her research on the topic of Carbonate Ion, Ecosystem is strongly related with Plankton.
Claudia R. Benitez-Nelson mostly deals with Zooplankton, Oceanography, Foraminifera, Upwelling and Atmospheric sciences. Claudia R. Benitez-Nelson is studying Benthic zone, which is a component of Oceanography. Her research in Foraminifera focuses on subjects like Ecosystem, which are connected to Ocean acidification, Climate change, Plankton, Pacific decadal oscillation and Phenotypic plasticity.
Her research in Upwelling intersects with topics in Productivity, Algal bloom and Biogeochemical cycle. Her Atmospheric sciences research includes elements of Water column and Oxygen minimum zone. Claudia R. Benitez-Nelson focuses mostly in the field of Water column, narrowing it down to matters related to Ocean gyre and, in some cases, Biogeochemistry.
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The biogeochemical cycling of phosphorus in marine systems
Claudia R Benitez-Nelson.
Earth-Science Reviews (2000)
Massive Phytoplankton Blooms Under Arctic Sea Ice
Kevin R. Arrigo;Donald K. Perovich;Donald K. Perovich;Robert S. Pickart;Zachary W. Brown.
Global distribution of atmospheric phosphorus sources, concentrations and deposition rates, and anthropogenic impacts
Natalie Mahowald;Timothy D. Jickells;Alex R. Baker;Paulo Artaxo.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2008)
Atmospheric Iron Deposition: Global Distribution, Variability, and Human Perturbations*
Natalie M. Mahowald;Sebastian Engelstaedter;Chao Luo;Andrea Sealy.
Analytica Chimica Acta (2009)
An assessment of particulate organic carbon to thorium-234 ratios in the ocean and their impact on the application of 234Th as a POC flux proxy
K.O. Buesseler;C.R. Benitez-Nelson;S.B. Moran;A. Burd.
Marine Chemistry (2006)
The Transcriptome and Proteome of the Diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana Reveal a Diverse Phosphorus Stress Response
Sonya T. Dyhrman;Bethany D. Jenkins;Tatiana A. Rynearson;Mak A. Saito.
PLOS ONE (2012)
Mesoscale eddies drive increased silica export in the subtropical Pacific Ocean.
Claudia R. Benitez-Nelson;Robert R. Bidigare;Tommy D. Dickey;Michael R. Landry.
Upper ocean export of particulate organic carbon in the Arabian Sea derived from thorium-234
Ken Buesseler;Lary Ball;John Andrews;Claudia Benitez-Nelson.
Deep-sea Research Part Ii-topical Studies in Oceanography (1998)
Marine Polyphosphate: A Key Player in Geologic Phosphorus Sequestration
Julia Diaz;Ellery Ingall;Claudia Benitez-Nelson;David Paterson.
A time-series study of particulate matter export in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre based on 234Th : 238U disequilibrium
Claudia Benitez-Nelson;Ken O. Buesseler;David M. Karl;John Andrews.
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers (2001)
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