Climate-induced change in biogenic bromine emissions from the Antarctic marine biosphere: BROMOCARBON EMISSION IN ANTARCTICA

@inproceedings{Hughes2012ClimateinducedCI,
  title={Climate-induced change in biogenic bromine emissions from the Antarctic marine biosphere: BROMOCARBON EMISSION IN ANTARCTICA},
  author={Claire Hughes and Martin Johnson and Roland von Glasow and Rosie Chance and Helen M. Atkinson and Terri A. Souster and Gareth A. Lee and Andrew Clarke and Michael P Meredith and Hugh J. Venables and Suzanne M. Turner and Gill Malin and Peter S. Liss},
  year={2012}
}
[1] Climate change and human activities are expected to have a major impact on the structure and functioning of marine ecosystems and the biogeochemical cycles they mediate in the coming years. Here we describe time series measurements of biogenic bromocarbons (CHBr3 and CH2Br2) collected in coastal waters of the western Antarctic Peninsula which is one of the world's most rapidly changing marine environments. Our measurements spanned a period of changing sea-ice dynamics and phytoplankton… CONTINUE READING

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