Part 2 : Experimental design of perturbation experiments 123 8 In situ perturbation experiments : natural venting sites , spatial / temporal gradients in ocean pH , manipulative in situ p ( CO 2 ) perturbations

@inproceedings{Barry2010Part2,
  title={Part 2 : Experimental design of perturbation experiments 123 8 In situ perturbation experiments : natural venting sites , spatial / temporal gradients in ocean pH , manipulative in situ p ( CO 2 ) perturbations},
  author={James P. Barry and Jason M Hall-Spencer},
  year={2010}
}
The objectives of in situ experiments studying ocean acidifi cation vary widely, with most recent studies centering on the effects of changing carbonate chemistry on the biology and ecology of organisms and ecosystems. The advantages of in situ observations are that they offer a completely independent approach to laboratory experiments, one that is based on looking directly at how organisms and communities and ecosystems react to high/low pH and saturation state (Ω) in the real world, replete… CONTINUE READING

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