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Decreased abundance of crustose coralline algae due to ocean acidification
Increasing levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide leads to ocean acidification, causing significant reductions in the growth of crustose coralline algae. Owing to anthropogenic emissions, atmosphericExpand
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Anthropogenic perturbation of the carbon fluxes from land to ocean
A substantial amount of the atmospheric carbon taken up on land through photosynthesis and chemical weathering is transported laterally along the aquatic continuum from upland terrestrial ecosystemsExpand
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Life on the margin: implications of ocean acidification on Mg-calcite, high latitude and cold-water marine calcifiers
Future anthropogenic emissions of CO2 and the resulting ocean acidification may have severe consequences for marine calcifying organisms and ecosystems. Marine calcifiers depositing calcitic hardExpand
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Ocean acidification and calcifying reef organisms: a mesocosm investigation
A long-term (10 months) controlled experiment was conducted to test the impact of increased partial pressure of carbon dioxide (pCO2) on common calcifying coral reef organisms. The experiment wasExpand
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Initial responses of carbonate-rich shelf sediments to rising atmospheric pCO2 and “ocean acidification”: Role of high Mg-calcites
Abstract Carbonate-rich sediments at shoal to shelf depths ( 3 reservoir that can rapidly react to the decreasing saturation state of seawater with respect to carbonate minerals, produced by theExpand
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Ocean acidification and coral reefs: effects on breakdown, dissolution, and net ecosystem calcification.
The persistence of carbonate structures on coral reefs is essential in providing habitats for a large number of species and maintaining the extraordinary biodiversity associated with theseExpand
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Feedbacks and responses of coral calcification on the Bermuda reef system to seasonal changes in biological processes and ocean acidification
Abstract. Despite the potential impact of ocean acidification on ecosystems such as coral reefs, surprisingly, there is very limited field data on the relationships between calcification and seawaterExpand
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Past and present of sediment and carbon biogeochemical cycling models
Abstract. The global carbon cycle is part of the much more extensive sedimentary cycle that involves large masses of carbon in the Earth's inner and outer spheres. Studies of the carbon cycleExpand
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Solution of shallow-water carbonates: An insignificant buffer against rising atmospheric CO2
Model predictions suggest that the saturation state of surface ocean waters with respect to carbonate minerals will decline during the twenty-first century owing to increased invasion of atmosphericExpand
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Revisiting four scientific debates in ocean acidification research
Abstract. In recent years, ocean acidification has gained continuously increasing attention from scientists and a number of stakeholders and has raised serious concerns about its effects on marineExpand
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