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  • Orr, James C.; Fabry, Victoria J.; Aumont, Olivier; Bopp, Laurent; Doney, Scott C.; Feely, Richard A.; Gnanadesikan, Anand; Gruber, Nicolas; Ishida, Akio; Joos, Fortunat; Key, Robert M.; Lindsay, Keith; Maier-Reimer, Ernst; Matear, Richard J.; Monfray, Patrick; Mouchet, Anne; Najjar, Raymond G.; Plattner, Gian-Kasper; Rodgers, Keith B.; Sabine, Christopher L.; Sarmiento, Jorge L.; Schlitzer, Reiner; Slater, Richard D.; Totterdell, Ian J.; Weirig, Marie-France; Yamanaka, Yasuhiro; Yool, Andrew (2005-07-29)
    The surface ocean is everywhere saturated with respect to calcium carbonate (CaCO3). Yet increasing atmospheric CO2 reduces ocean pH and carbonate ion concentrations [CO32−] and thus the level of saturation. Reduced ...
  • Caldeira, Ken; Archer, David; Barry, James P.; Bellerby, Richard G. J.; Brewer, Peter G.; Cao, Long; Dickson, Andrew G.; Doney, Scott C.; Elderfield, Harry; Fabry, Victoria J.; Feely, Richard A.; Gattuso, Jean-Pierre; Haugan, Peter M.; Hoegh-Guldberg, Ove; Jain, Atul K.; Kleypas, Joan A.; Langdon, Chris; Orr, James C.; Ridgwell, Andy; Sabine, Christopher L.; Seibel, Brad A.; Shirayama, Yoshihisa; Turley, Carol; Watson, Andrew J.; Zeebe, Richard E. (American Geophysical Union, 2007-09-25)
  • Doney, Scott C.; Balch, William M.; Fabry, Victoria J.; Feely, Richard A. (Oceanography Society, 2009-12)
    Over a period of less than a decade, ocean acidification—the change in seawater chemistry due to rising atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) levels and subsequent impacts on marine life—has become one of the most critical ...

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