A biogeochemical cycle, in which inorganic nutrients move through the soil, living organisms, air and water or through some of these. (Source: ALL2)

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Hensen C, Zabel M, Schulz HD 2000. A comparison of benthic nutrient fluxes from deep-sea sediments off Namibia and Argentina. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 47 (9-11) 2029-2050
Wasmund N, Struck U, Hansen A, Flohr A, Nausch G, Grüttmüller A, Voss M 2015. Missing nitrogen fixation in the Benguela region. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 1 30-41
Louw DC, van der Plas AK, Mohrholz V, Wasmund N, Junker T, Eggert A 2016. Seasonal and interannual phytoplankton dynamics and forcing mechanisms in the Northern Benguela upwelling system. Journal of Marine Systems 157 124-134
Aranibar JN, Macko SA, Anderson IC, Epstein HE, Feral CJ, Hipondoka M, Potgieter A, Shugart HH 2001. Does Nutrient Dynamics Determine C3-C4 Plant Abundance in Southern African Ecosystems?. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2001 Abstrackt (A51A-0023)
Soderberg K, Henschel J, Swap R, Macko S 2011. Environmental controls on C, N and S cycling in plants of the Namib Desert. Geophysical Research Abstracts 13
Risser A 1998. Nutrients and upwelling. Focus on Fisheries and Research (January 1998) 109
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Botha J 1998. Primary production in the Benguela system. Focus on Fisheries and Research (January 1998) 108
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