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Record #101183:

Influence of productivity variations on long-term atmospheric CO₂ / Alan C. Mix.

Title: Influence of productivity variations on long-term atmospheric CO₂ / Alan C. Mix.
Author(s): Mix, Alan C.
Date: 1989.
In: Nature. (1989.), Vol. 337(6207) (1989)
Abstract: Uses planktonic foraminifera species data in modern and ice-age Atlantic sediments to assess spatial patterns of changes in productivity, extrapolating results to support models in which a significant portion of CO₂ changes are driven by variations in biological productivity. Briefly discusses high-latitude models which consider Antarctic oceanography as a source of CO₂ change.
Notes:

Nature. Vol. 337(6207) :541-544 (1989).

Keywords: 574.55 -- Productivity, aquatic ecology.
551.510.41 -- Atmosphere, chemical properties.
551.465 -- Oceanography, dynamics.
551.465.7 -- Oceanography, energy budget.
593.12 -- Foraminifera and amoebozoa.
551.461.8 -- Palaeo-oceanography.
551.352/.353 -- Marine sediments, deep sea.
551.583 -- Climatic changes.
C -- Oceanography, hydrography and hydrology.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*80) -- Southern Ocean.
(261) -- Atlantic Ocean.
SPRI record no.: 101183

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