In situ experimentally determined dissolution rates of biogenic calcites along a North Pacific transect between Hawaii and Alaska (KM1712 expedition) in August 2017
Berelson, William M.
Adkins, Jess F.
Subhas, Adam V.
Naviaux, John D.
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LocationNorth Pacific, 150 W, 20 to 60 N, all depths
westlimit: -155.283; southlimit: 27.75; eastlimit: -148.3; northlimit: 49.683
This dataset includes biogenic and inorganic calcite and aragonite dissolution rate data from the CDisK-IV cruise in the North Pacific Ocean, August 2017. We include niskin incubator alkalinity, pH, silicate, phosphate, and nitrate data, as well as calculated saturation state and dissolution rates. Rates are reported in units of g/g/day and also g/cm2/day, normalized by the specific surface areas of the materials used. Dissolution rates of inorganic aragonite and calcite, along with biogenic E. huxleyi liths, a planktic foraminifera assemblage, and a benthic foraminifera Amphistegina species, are provided, for 4 out of the 6 stations occupied on the cruise. For a complete list of measurements, refer to the full dataset description in the supplemental file 'Dataset_description.pdf'. The most current version of this dataset is available at: https://www.bco-dmo.org/dataset/856409
Dataset: In situ dissolution rates of biogenic calcites
Suggested CitationDataset: Berelson, William M., Adkins, Jess F., Subhas, Adam V., Dong, Sijia, Naviaux, John D., "In situ experimentally determined dissolution rates of biogenic calcites along a North Pacific transect between Hawaii and Alaska (KM1712 expedition) in August 2017", 2021-08-20, DOI:10.26008/1912/bco-dmo.856409.1, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/27459
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