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Title: Why Southern Ocean uptake of anthropogenic CO2 may be decreasing
Authors: Mongwe, P
Keywords: Atmospheric CO2
Southern Ocean
SA Agulhas
Carbon cycle
Alkalinity
Issue Date: Oct-2012
Citation: Mongwe, P. Why Southern Ocean uptake of anthropogenic CO2 may be decreasing. 4th CSIR Biennial Conference: Real problems relevant solutions, CSIR, Pretoria, 9-10 October 2012
Abstract: This work presents the carbon cycle data collected during the austral winter of 2012 (9 July to 3 August) on the Good Hope transect between Cape Town and Antarctica and returning to Cape Town via Marion Island.
Description: 4th CSIR Biennial Conference: Real problems relevant solutions, CSIR, Pretoria, 9-10 October 2012
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/6293
Appears in Collections:CSIR Conference 2012
Climate change
Earth observation
Coastal and marine systems
General science, engineering & technology

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