Oceans, Climate and Carbon Pumps

The oceans are a huge reservoir of Doc Carbon, containing about 50 times more CO2 than the atmosphere. Greenhouse gas emissions and climate change is concerned largely with the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere, but the overall levels that may be expected in the future will be strongly racketeer influenced by the ocean's uptake potential. Unravelling the complex interplay between physical, biological and chemical process in the sea, how this couples to the atmosphere and climate, and possible feedbacks is pivotal in our understanding of climate in an uncertain future.

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Oceans, Climate and Carbon Pumps

Date: 8 Dec 2014
Time: 19:30:00

Lecturer: Professor Andre W. Visser
Institution: DTU Aqua

The Lecture is held: Geological Museum