Michael P. Bacon papers
The Michael P. Bacon papers consist largely of reports and proposals relating to the project titled Distribution of some chemical elements between dissolved and particulate phases in the ocean. Some materials relating to several other projects are also contained in the papers.
Language of Materials
Open: materials are available for research.
Copyright: Permission to publish material from the collection must be authorized by the Institution Archivist.
2 boxes (1.5 lin. ft.)
Mike Bacon is a Scientist Emeritus in the Marine Chemistry and Geochemistry Department at WHOI. He received his B.S. in Chemistry from Michigan State University in 1968, and his Ph.D. in Oceanography from the MIT/WHOI Joint Program in 1976. His research interests include Environmental radioactivity, the application of radioactive nuclides to problems in oceanography, geochemistry, and geochronology; use of radionuclides to examine chemical exchange at interfaces (e.g., water/particle, water/sediment, water/rock, and water/air interfaces); applications to the study of chemical fluxes in the oceanic water column and processes by which radionuclides and trace metals are removed from the ocean; applications to the interpretation of the deep-sea sediment record.
The custodial history of the papers is undocumented.
The papers were received from Mike Bacon in February 2005 as acc. 2005-14.
Some WHOI technical reports that were donated with the papers were discarded because they were duplicated in the Data Library collection.
First-level processing completed by Werner Deuser and David Sherman in October and November 2010.
- A Guide to the Michael P. Bacon papers, 1968-1992
- David Sherman
- Language of description
- Finding aid written inEnglish