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Millennial-Scale Changes of Intermediate Water Ventilation, Productivity and Nutrient Supply in the Okhotsk Sea and Subarctic North Pacific During the Last 18,000 Years

@inproceedings{LembkeJene2013MillennialScaleCO,
  title={Millennial-Scale Changes of Intermediate Water Ventilation, Productivity and Nutrient Supply in the Okhotsk Sea and Subarctic North Pacific During the Last 18,000 Years},
  author={L. Lembke-Jene},
  year={2013}
}
  • L. Lembke-Jene
  • Published 2013
  • Geology
  • The modern North Pacific plays a critical role in marine biogeochemical cycles, as it is today the largest natural oceanic sink of CO2 and harbors some of the most biologically productive and least oxygenated regions of the World Ocean. This capacity to sequester CO2 is limited by variations in the region’s biological productivity, and the efficient utilization of preformed nutrients supplied to the upper mixed layer, particularly in the Pacific’s subarctic latitudes and marginal seas. Changes… CONTINUE READING
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