Trends in the North Atlantic carbon sink : 1992 – 2006

  title={Trends in the North Atlantic carbon sink : 1992 – 2006},
  author={David Ullman and G A Mckinley and Val Bennington and Stephanie Dutkiewicz},
[1] A biogeochemical general circulation model is used to assess the impact of climate variability from 1992 to 2006 on air-sea CO2 fluxes and ocean surface pCO2 in the North Atlantic and to understand trends in the North Atlantic carbon sink over this time period. The model indicates that the North Atlantic carbon sink increased from the mid-1990s to the mid-2000s. Consistent with observations, the model output indicates large changes in the physical and chemical systems of the basin. An… CONTINUE READING
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