Anthropogenic CO2 in the oceans estimated using transit time distributions

@inproceedings{Waugh2006AnthropogenicCI,
  title={Anthropogenic CO2 in the oceans estimated using transit time distributions},
  author={Darryn W. Waugh and Timothy M. Hall and Ben I. McNeil and Richard J. Matear},
  year={2006}
}
The distribution of anthropogenic carbon (Cant) in the oceans is estimated using the transit time distribution (TTD) method applied to global measurements of chlorofluorocarbon-12 (CFC12). Unlike most other inference methods, the TTD method does not assume a single ventilation time and avoids the large uncertainty incurred by attempts to correct for the large natural carbon background in dissolved inorganic carbon measurements. The highest concentrations and deepest penetration of anthropogenic… CONTINUE READING
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