His main research concerns Dissolved organic carbon, Oceanography, Environmental science, Environmental chemistry and Carbon. His research in Dissolved organic carbon intersects with topics in Photic zone and Particulates. His research investigates the connection between Oceanography and topics such as Carbon cycle that intersect with problems in Seasonality.
His work carried out in the field of Environmental chemistry brings together such families of science as Nitrogen, Nitrate, Phosphate, Seawater and Nutrient. His Seawater study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Deep sea, Organic matter and Biogeochemical cycle. The study incorporates disciplines such as Estuary, Pacific ocean and δ13C in addition to Total organic carbon.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Dissolved organic carbon, Oceanography, Environmental chemistry, Environmental science and Seawater. His Dissolved organic carbon research integrates issues from Organic matter, Carbon, Total organic carbon and Nutrient. Peter M. Williams has included themes like Abyssal zone, Pacific ocean and δ13C in his Total organic carbon study.
His study on Water column, Deep sea and Submarine pipeline is often connected to North central as part of broader study in Oceanography. His work deals with themes such as Ecology, Diel vertical migration, Particulates, Isotopes of carbon and Mineralogy, which intersect with Environmental chemistry. His study on Seawater also encompasses disciplines like
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Oceanography, Dissolved organic carbon, Environmental science, Water column and Seawater. Peter M. Williams interconnects Organic matter, Total organic carbon and Particulates in the investigation of issues within Oceanography. His studies in Organic matter integrate themes in fields like Environmental chemistry and Isotopes of carbon.
He studied Total organic carbon and Total inorganic carbon that intersect with Pacific ocean. Within one scientific family, Peter M. Williams focuses on topics pertaining to Carbon under Dissolved organic carbon, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Biogeochemical cycle. The Seawater study combines topics in areas such as General chemistry, Catalytic oxidation and Nitrogen.
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Radiocarbon in dissolved organic matter in the central North Pacific Ocean
Peter M. Williams;Ellen R. M. Druffel.
Cycling of dissolved and particulate organic matter in the open ocean
Ellen R. M. Druffel;Peter M. Williams;James E. Bauer;John R. Ertel.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1992)
14 C activity of dissolved organic carbon fractions in the north-central Pacific and Sargasso Sea
James E. Bauer;Peter M. Williams;Ellen R. M. Druffel.
Importance of dissolved organic nitrogen and phosphorus to biological nutrient cycling
George A. Jackson;Peter M. Williams.
Deep Sea Research Part A. Oceanographic Research Papers (1985)
Chemical and microbiological studies of sea-surface films in the Southern Gulf of California and off the West Coast of Baja California
P.M Williams;A.F Carlucci;S.M Henrichs;E.S Van Vleet.
Marine Chemistry (1986)
PHYTOPLANKTON GROWTH AND COMPOSITION IN SHIPBOARD CULTURES SUPPLIED WITH NITRATE, AMMONIUM, OR UREA AS THE NITROGEN SOURCE1
R. W. Eppley;A. F. Carlucci;O. Holm-Hansen;D. Kiefer.
Limnology and Oceanography (1971)
Natural Radiocarbon Activity of the Dissolved Organic Carbon in the North-east Pacific Ocean
P. M. Williams;H. Oeschger;P. Kinney.
Identification of a deep marine source of particulate organic carbon using bomb 14C
Ellen R. M. Druffel;Peter M. Williams.
LIGHT INHIBITION OF NITRIFICATION IN SEA-SURFACE FILMS
Sg Horrigan;Carlucci Af;Williams Pm.
Dissolved and particulate amino acids and carbohydrates in the sea surface microlayer
Susan M Henrichs;Peter M Williams.
Marine Chemistry (1985)
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