A Biogeochemical Oceanographer at Sea: My Life with Nitrogen and a Nod to Silica

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An autobiography by EOS Center scientist, Richard Dugdale, published in the Annual Review of Marine Science

"The suggestion was made to me several years ago that I write a paper or review about biogeochemical oceanography in the period following World War II. So when the Annual Review of Marine Science invited me to contribute an article, they provided the stimulus and opportunity to do just that, and I agreed. The suggested format was broad ranging, from entirely autobiographical to more scientific or a mixture of both. I have chosen the latter and hope you enjoy this narrative of a highly satisfying career and a period of remarkable growth in the science of oceanography."

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