Simulated 21 st century ’ s increase in oceanic suboxia by CO 2-enhanced biotic carbon export

@inproceedings{Oschlies2008Simulated2S,
  title={Simulated 21 st century ’ s increase in oceanic suboxia by CO 2-enhanced biotic carbon export},
  author={Andreas Oschlies and Kai Georg Schulz and Ulf Riebesell and Andreas Schmittner},
  year={2008}
}
[1] The primary impacts of anthropogenic CO2 emissions on marine biogeochemical cycles predicted so far include ocean acidification, global warming induced shifts in biogeographical provinces, and a possible negative feedback on atmospheric CO2 levels by CO2-fertilized biological production. Here we report a new potentially significant impact on the oxygen-minimum zones of the tropical oceans. Using a model of global climate, ocean circulation, and biogeochemical cycling, we extrapolate… CONTINUE READING
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