Modelling regional responses by marine pelagic ecosystems to global climate change

@inproceedings{Boyd2002ModellingRR,
  title={Modelling regional responses by marine pelagic ecosystems to global climate change},
  author={Philip W. Boyd and Scott C Doney},
  year={2002}
}
  • Philip W. Boyd, Scott C Doney
  • Published 2002
  • Geology
  • [1] Current coupled ocean-atmosphere model (COAM) projections of future oceanic anthropogenic carbon uptake suggest reduced rates due to surface warming, enhanced stratification, and slowed thermohaline overturning. Such models rely on simple, bulk biogeochemical parameterisations, whereas recent ocean observations indicate that floristic shifts may be induced by climate variability, are widespread, complex, and directly impact biogeochemical cycles. We present a strategy to incorporate… CONTINUE READING

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