Global Intercomparability in a Changing Ocean: An International Time‐Series Methods Workshop
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Ocean time-series represent one of the most valuable tools scientists have to characterize and quantify ocean carbon fluxes and biogeochemical processes and their links to changing climate. In order to acquire a more thorough understanding of natural cycles and human-driven changes in the global oceans, it is important that time-series methodologies (sampling and analytical protocols) be transparent and consistent. This workshop provided an opportunity to convene representatives from global marine biogeochemical time-series sites to review current methodologies being used at the sites, with the aim of standardizing sampling and analytical protocols for key biogeochemical parameters being measured across sites.
Global Intercomparability in a Changing Ocean: An International Time‐Series Methods Workshop, November 28-30, 2012, Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences
Suggested CitationOther: "Global Intercomparability in a Changing Ocean: An International Time‐Series Methods Workshop", 2013-11, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/7123
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