Contrasting futures for ocean and society from different anthropogenic CO2 emissions scenarios

@article{Gattuso2015ContrastingFF,
  title={Contrasting futures for ocean and society from different anthropogenic CO2 emissions scenarios},
  author={J. Gattuso and A. Magnan and R. Bill{\'e} and W. Cheung and E. Howes and F. Joos and D. Allemand and L. Bopp and S. Cooley and C. M. Eakin and O. Hoegh-Guldberg and R. Kelly and H. P{\"o}rtner and A. D. Rogers and J. Baxter and D. Laffoley and D. Osborn and A. Rankovi{\'c} and J. Rochette and U. Sumaila and S. Treyer and C. Turley},
  journal={Science},
  year={2015},
  volume={349}
}
Carbon emissions and their ocean impacts Anthropogenic CO2 emissions directly affect atmospheric chemistry but also have a strong influence on the oceans. Gattuso et al. review how the physics, chemistry, and ecology of the oceans might be affected based on two CO2 emission trajectories: one business as usual and one with aggressive reductions. Ocean warming, acidification, sea-level rise, and the expansion of oxygen minimum zones will continue to have distinct impacts on marine communities and… Expand
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