Decadal increases of anthropogenic CO2 in the South Pacific subtropical ocean along 32°S

@inproceedings{Murata2007DecadalIO,
  title={Decadal increases of anthropogenic CO2 in the South Pacific subtropical ocean along 32°S},
  author={Akihiko Murata and Yuichiro Kumamoto and Shuichi Watanabe and Masao Fukasawa},
  year={2007}
}
[1] To estimate decadal increases of anthropogenic CO2 in the ocean, distributions of dissolved inorganic carbon (CT) corrected by apparent oxygen utilization and salinity (nCTANT) were investigated along the World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE Hydrographic Programme (WHP)) P6 section based on data obtained 10 years apart. Significant increases of nCTCAL were detected down to 1500 m (≅27.5σθ) water depth, above which the Sub-Antarctic Mode Water (SAMW) and the Antarctic Intermediate Water… CONTINUE READING

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