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Influence of biological production on inorganic carbon distributions in the Greenland Sea / Lisa A. Miller, Truls Johannessen, Thomas T. Noji, Francisco Rey.

Title: Influence of biological production on inorganic carbon distributions in the Greenland Sea / Lisa A. Miller, Truls Johannessen, Thomas T. Noji, Francisco Rey.
Author(s): Miller, Lisa A.
Johannessen, Truls.
Noji, Thomas T.
Rey, Francisco.
Date: 1996.
Publisher: Cambridge: Sea Ice Group, Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge
In: ESOP. European Subpolar Ocean Programme. Sea ice - ocean interactions. Volume 2. (1996.),
Abstract: During the summer of 1993, the surface waters of the central Greenland Sea gyre were depleted in dissolved inorganic carbon. The observed surface-to-deep phosphate gradient indicated that inorganic carbon had been removed through the formation of organic matter at the surface but remineralised within the Greenland Sea. Elevated surface temperatures, which decrease the dissolved inorganic carbon-carrying capacity of the summertime surface waters, accounted for only a small proportion of the observed carbon deficiency. Carbon depletion due to the formation of calcium carbonate was insignificant as evidenced by undetectable alkalinity variations. Thus, approximately two-thirds of the summertime surface-to-deep dissolved inorganic carbon gradient in the Greenland Sea could be accounted for by biological processes.
Notes:

In: ESOP. European Subpolar Ocean Programme. Sea ice - ocean interactions. Volume 2 / Peter Wadhams, Jeremy P. Wilkinson, Stephen C.S. Wells, eds.

Keywords: 551.46 -- Oceanography, physical.
551.464 -- Sea water, chemical properties.
001.89 -- Research programmes: European Subpolar Ocean Programme.
C -- Oceanography, hydrography and hydrology.
(*617) -- Greenland Sea and Fram Strait.
SPRI record no.: 140219

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