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Marine Carbon Dioxide
Description: In a relatively short time, mankind has made use of carbon reservoirs which have taken hundreds of millions of years to accumulate. This drastic liberation of enormous carbon quantities has severe consequences on the earth's atmosphere, oceans and biosphere. Because of the Baltic Sea's strongly varying salinity, climate and weather conditions, it serves as a good test laboratory for this book chapter about the marine consequences of the increase in carbon dioxide. [Source: Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences]
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Source: Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences
Publish Date: 1/1/2012
Reading Level: Expert
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