Marine biodiversity: its history, present status and future threats

Whilst the measured rise in atmospheric CO2 levels and global temperatures are dramatic, these increases would have been even greater were it not for the fact that almost half of all the anthropogenic CO2 emitted over the last 250 years has been taken up by the world’s oceans (Sabine et al. 2004).



Widdicombe S. & Somerfield P. J., 2012. Marine biodiversity: its history, present status and future threats. In: Solan M., Aspden R. J. & Paterson D. M. (Eds.), Marine biodiversity and ecosystem functioning – frameworks, methodologies, and integration, pp. 1-15. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Book home page.


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