Satellite-based prediction of pCO 2 in coastal waters of the eastern North Pacific

@inproceedings{Hales2012SatellitebasedPO,
  title={Satellite-based prediction of pCO 2 in coastal waters of the eastern North Pacific},
  author={Burke E Hales and Peter G. Strutton and Mart{\'i}n Saraceno and Ricardo Letelier and Taro Takahashi and Richard M. Feely and Christopher L. Sabine and Francisco Ch{\'a}vez},
  year={2012}
}
Continental margin carbon cycling is complex, highly variable over a range of space and time scales, and forced by multiple physical and biogeochemical drivers. Predictions of globally significant air–sea CO2 fluxes in these regions have been extrapolated based on very sparse data sets. We present here a method for predicting coastal surface-water pCO2 from remote-sensing data, based on self organizing maps (SOMs) and a nonlinear semi-empirical model of surface water carbonate chemistry. The… CONTINUE READING
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