Subsidizing truly open access

@article{Peterson2016SubsidizingTO,
  title={Subsidizing truly open access},
  author={A. Peterson and A. Emmett and Josh Bolick and M. Greenberg and B. Rosenblum},
  journal={Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={352},
  pages={1405 - 1405}
}
Comment on “Sensitivity of seaf oor bathymetry to climate-driven f uctuations in mid-ocean ridge magma supply” Peter Huybers, Charles Langmuir, Richard F. Katz, David Ferguson, Cristian Proistosescu, Suzanne Carbotte Olive et al. (Reports, 16 October 2015, p. 310) argue that ~10% fl uctuations in melt supply do not produce appreciable changes in ocean ridge bathymetry on time scales less than 100,000 years and thus cannot refl ect sea level forcing. Spectral analysis of bathymetry in a region… Expand

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