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Reversal of ocean acidification enhances net coral reef calcification
Albright, R.; Caldeira, L.; Hosfelt, J.; Kwiatkowski, L.; Maclaren, J.K.; Mason, B.M.; Nebuchina, Y.; Ninokawa, A.; Pongratz, J.; Ricke, K.L.; Rivlin, T.; Schneider, K.; Sesboüé, M.; Shamberger, K.E.F.; Silverman, J.; Wolfe, K.; Zhu, K.; Caldeira, K. (2016). Reversal of ocean acidification enhances net coral reef calcification. Nature (Lond.) 531(7594): 362-365. hdl.handle.net/10.1038/nature17155
In: Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 0028-0836, more
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Keywords
    Calcification; Carbon cycle; Coral reefs; Environmental impact; Marine
Author keywords
    Ocean acidification

Authors  Top 
  • Albright, R.
  • Caldeira, L.
  • Hosfelt, J.
  • Kwiatkowski, L.
  • Maclaren, J.K.
  • Mason, B.M.
  • Nebuchina, Y.
  • Ninokawa, A.
  • Pongratz, J.
  • Ricke, K.L.
  • Rivlin, T.
  • Schneider, K.
  • Sesboüé, M.
  • Shamberger, K.E.F.
  • Silverman, J.
  • Wolfe, K.
  • Zhu, K.
  • Caldeira, K.

Abstract
    A manipulative experiment in which a reef is alkalinized in situ shows that calcification rates are likely to be lower already than they were in pre-industrial times because of acidification.

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