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Evidence for a multi-species coccolith volume change over the past two centuries: understanding a potential ocean acidification response

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Major questions surround the species-specific nature of coccolithophore calcification in response to rising atmospheric CO2 levels. Here we present CaCO3 particle volume distribution data from the coccolith size-fraction of a rapidly accumulating North Atlantic sediment core. Without direct volume measurements on coccoliths produced by individual coccolithophore species, and knowledge of organic, as well as inorganic carbon production, it is not possible to state conclusively the coccolithoph...

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Peer reviewed
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Mathematical,Physical & Life Sciences Division - Earth Sciences
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Institution:
"Cardiff University"
Department:
Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences
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Institution:
"Universidad de Salamanca, Spain"
Department:
Departamento de Geologia,Facultad de Ciencias
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Research group:
OceanBUG: the Biogeochemistry research group
Department:
Mathematical,Physical & Life Sciences Division - Earth Sciences
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Publisher:
Copernicus Publications Publisher's website
Journal:
Biogeosciences Journal website
Volume:
5
Issue:
6
Pages:
1651-1655
Publication date:
2008-12-05
EISSN:
1726-4189
ISSN:
1726-4170
URN:
uuid:7998bebc-9e1e-4306-8c25-14157b66fdd6
Local pid:
ora:2784

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