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タイトル: The global carbon cycle and the role of the ocean
著者: Suzuki, Yoshimi
掲載誌名: Geoscience reports of Shizuoka University
出版者: Shizuoka University. Institute of Geosciences
巻: 22
開始ページ: 23
終了ページ: 36
出版日付: 1995-07
NDC: 452
抄録: Only about half of all the CO_2 that has been produced by the burning of fossil fuels now remains in the atmosphere. The CO_2 "missing" from the atmosphere is the subject of an important debate. It was thought that the great majority of the missing CO_2 has invaded the ocean, for this system naturally acts as a giant chemical regulator of the atmosphere. Although it is clear that ocean processes have a major role in the regulation of the carbon dioxide content of the atmosphere through air-sea exchange processes, recent studies of the oceanic carbon cycle and air-sea interaction indicate that oceanic carbon is in a quasi-steady state via the system of biological and physical processes in the ocean interior. It is difficult to determine whether the ocean has the capacity to take up the increasing air-born CO_2 released by human activities over the past five or six decades. To understand this enigma, we need a better understanding of the natural variability of the oceanic carbon cycle.
ISSN: 03886298 OPAC
NII論文ID: 110000413366 ciniia
NII書誌ID: AN00103190 OPAC ciniib
バージョン: publisher
出現コレクション:1995 22

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