Physical and biological regulation of the soft tissue carbon pump

@inproceedings{Parekh2006PhysicalAB,
  title={Physical and biological regulation of the soft tissue carbon pump},
  author={Payal Parekh and Michael J. Follows and Stephanie Dutkiewicz and Taka Ito},
  year={2006}
}
[1] We examine the relationship between aeolian iron deposition, ocean circulation, and atmospheric CO2 in the context of a global ocean circulation and biogeochemistry model with a coupled atmospheric reservoir of CO2. In common with previous models we find only a small reduction of atmospheric pCO2 in response to an enhanced aeolian iron source consistent with Last Glacial Maximum conditions. We show this to be due to a combination of limiting factors including control of deep ocean iron… CONTINUE READING
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