Enhanced Open Ocean Storage of CO2 from Shelf Sea Pumping

@article{Thomas2004EnhancedOO,
  title={Enhanced Open Ocean Storage of CO2 from Shelf Sea Pumping},
  author={H. Thomas and Y. Bozec and K. Elkalay and H. D. de Baar},
  journal={Science},
  year={2004},
  volume={304},
  pages={1005 - 1008}
}
Seasonal field observations show that the North Sea, a Northern European shelf sea, is highly efficient in pumping carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to the North Atlantic Ocean. The bottom topography–controlled stratification separates production and respiration processes in the North Sea, causing a carbon dioxide increase in the subsurface layer that is ultimately exported to the North Atlantic Ocean. Globally extrapolated, the net uptake of carbon dioxide by coastal and marginal seas is… Expand
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