Warming up , Turning Sour , Losing Breath : an Integrated Observing System for Ocean Biogeochemistry at a Time of Change

@inproceedings{Gruber2010WarmingU,
  title={Warming up , Turning Sour , Losing Breath : an Integrated Observing System for Ocean Biogeochemistry at a Time of Change},
  author={Nicolas Gruber and A K{\"o}rtzinger and Christopher L. Sabine and Maria Elena Hood and Masao Ishii and Pedro Jorge Martins Monteiro and Rik H Wanninkhof and R A Feely and Yukihiro Nojiri and Alexander Kozyr and Ute Schuster and Douglas W. R. Wallace and Scott C Doney and Herve ¤ Claustre and Alberto Alves Borges},
  year={2010}
}
Ocean biogeochemical cycles are currently undergoing fundamental changes – largely as a consequence of the addition of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere. The oceans are getting warmer, and their pH and oxygen levels are decreasing. These biogeochemical changes plus the concomitant changes in ocean circulation will lead to profound effects on some of the ocean’s key services, i.e. its capability to take up CO2 from the atmosphere and hence mitigate climate change and its provision of important… CONTINUE READING

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