Role of sea ice in global biogeochemical cycles: emerging views and challenges

@inproceedings{Vancoppenolle2013RoleOS,
  title={Role of sea ice in global biogeochemical cycles: emerging views and challenges},
  author={Martin Vancoppenolle and Klaus M. Meiners and Christine Michel and Laurent Bopp and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Brabant and Gauthier Carnat and Bruno Delille and Delphine Lannuzel and G{\'e}rard Madec and S{\'e}bastien Moreau and J. Tison and Pier van der Merwe},
  year={2013}
}
Observations from the last decade suggest an important role of sea ice in the global biogeochemical cycles, promoted by (i) active biological and chemical processes within the sea ice; (ii) fluid and gas exchanges at the sea ice interface through an often permeable sea ice cover; and (iii) tight physical, biological and chemical interactions between the sea ice, the ocean and the atmosphere. Photosynthetic micro-organisms in sea ice thrive in liquid brine inclusions encased in a pure ice matrix… CONTINUE READING

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