Oceanography: Ocean acidification without borders

The marine carbonate system is changing as uptake of CO2 from the atmosphere causes ocean acidification. Now, analysis of repeat observations demonstrates that the rate and extent of Arctic Ocean acidification is enhanced through increased transport from the North Pacific.

Bellerby R. G. J., in press. Oceanography: Ocean acidification without borders. Nature Climate Change. Article (subscription required).

 

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