Marine & Geochemistry

Marine Chemistry and Geochemistry concerns with the synthetic and geochemical procedures working in a wide scope of studying about territories: the seas, the strong earth, the climate, marine life forms, polar ice sheets, lakes, shooting stars, and the close planetary system. Marine Science also called as Sea Science, is affected by turbidity streams, silt, pH levels, environmental constituents, transformative action, and biology.

The oceans plays a vital role in understanding about the mechanism of Earths as an integrated system because its chemical composition records transfer of elements through the Earth’s geochemical reservoirs as well as defining how physical, biological and chemical processes combine to influence issues as diverse as climate change and the capacity of the oceans to remove toxic metals. Much modern marine geochemistry aims to link and integrate studies of the modern oceans with work using proxies to define how ocean chemistry and the ocean/atmospheric system has changed through time on a number of different timescales. Special focus in such work is the carbon cycle and its link to changes in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.


  • The Physical and Inorganic Chemistry of Seawater
  • Isotopic geochemistry
  • Marine Organic Chemistry
  • Ocean Atmosphere Exchange
  • Volcanic and Geothermal Phenomena
  • Geochemical Cycles of Earth Elements
  • Atmospheric Trace Gas Chemistry
  • Paleoclimatology
  • Chemistry of Lakes and Other Freshwater Systems
  • Biogeochemistry

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