Chemistry and release of gases from the surface ocean.

@article{Carpenter2015ChemistryAR,
  title={Chemistry and release of gases from the surface ocean.},
  author={Lucy J. Carpenter and Philip D. Nightingale},
  journal={Chemical reviews},
  year={2015},
  volume={115 10},
  pages={
          4015-34
        }
}
The sea-surface layer is the very upper part of the sea surface where reduced mixing leads to strong gradients in physical, chemical and biological properties1. This surface layer is naturally reactive, containing a complex chemistry of inorganic components and dissolved organic matter (DOM), the latter including amino acids, proteins, fatty acids, carbohydrates, and humic-type components,2 with a high proportion of functional groups such as carbonyls, carboxylic acids and aromatic moieties.3… CONTINUE READING

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