Carbonate chemistry variability in the East coast of Gran Canaria island

1.1. Carbonate system variability: Marine acidification
In a natural occurring way, there have always been great variability of greenhouse gases concentration in the atmosphere (carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, methane). Those oscillations have always presented a quite constant range over the last 650 thousand years before the Industrial Revolution. From then on, in 1750, the greenhouse gases’ concentrations have suffered a sharp increase due to emissions from anthropogenic activities (Joos and Spahni, 2007).

Vázquez Álvarez L., 2020. Carbonate chemistry variability in the East coast of Gran Canaria island. BSc thesis, Universidad de las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 22 pp. Thesis.

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