Hot and sour in the deep ocean

Stable layering in the ocean limits the rate that human-derived carbon dioxide can acidify the deep ocean. Now observations show that ocean warming, however, can enhance deep-ocean acidification through increased organic matter decomposition.

Sabine C. L., 2017. Hot and sour in the deep ocean. Nature Climate Change 7: 854-855. Article (subscription required).

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