Biogeochemistry and carbon cycling along the river-estuary-coastal continuum during the Anthropocene. Understanding the biogeochemistry of DOM is the prerequisite to the management of ecosystem services provided by soil, glacier, lake, riverine, ocean, permafrost, and atmosphere systems.
Biogeochemistry and carbon cycling along the river-estuary-coastal continuum during the Anthropocene.
The cycling of the organic matter is investigated by the molecular biomarker fingerprint. Riparian soils are an important source of dissolved organic matter (DOM) to their connected rivers. The transport of DOM from riparian soils to rivers exerts a significant impact on both terrestrial and aquatic organic matter cycles.
The cycling of the organic matter is investigated by the molecular biomarker fingerprint.
Big-data techniques (e.g., machine learning) and their application in marine organic geochemistry. The application of more biomarker molecules with mutually confirmable information commonly implies stricter constraints of the source but also brings challenges to the data analysis and interpretation due to a large amount of molecular information.
Establishment of epigenetic organic geochemical process database, mainly Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry data and its long-term development. We can use the detailed information in this database to communicate and cooperate with more scholars and continuously expand the scale of data. Once our database is put into use, scholars around the world will have direct access to information on these samples. This facilitates communication between disciplines and improves data availability and application opportunities, which makes the high cost of analysis great value.