Sea surface pCO2 and O2 in the Southern Ocean during the austral fall, 2008

@inproceedings{Moore2011SeaSP,
  title={Sea surface pCO2 and O2 in the Southern Ocean during the austral fall, 2008},
  author={Tommy S. Moore and Michael D. DeGrandpre and Christopher L. Sabine and Roberta C. Hamme and Christopher J. Zappa and W. R. Mcgillis and Richard A Feely and William M. Drennan},
  year={2011}
}
[1] The physical and biological processes controlling surface mixed layer pCO2 and O2 were evaluated using in situ sensors mounted on a Lagrangian drifter deployed in the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean (∼50°S, ∼37°W) during the austral fall of 2008. The drifter was deployed three times during different phases of the study. The surface ocean pCO2 was always less than atmospheric pCO2 (−50.4 to −76.1 μatm), and the ocean was a net sink for CO2 with fluxes averaging between 16.2 and 17.8… CONTINUE READING

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