I love the work of Heinrich Holland (Holland, 1984), and the Chemistry of Atmospheres and Oceans (Holland, 1978) remains one of my favourite books. I am also a fan of Bob Garrels, Fred Mackenzie (Garrels and Mackenzie, 1971) and Bob Berner (Berner and Berner, 1996), but, collectively, their work contains relatively little about the potential impact of ice-related processes on global biogeochemical cycles. The Earth Science community felt that the effects were probably limited, because larger ice masses were thought to be largely frozen to the bed, and so that there could...

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