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Abstract: Climate Change and Cold-Water Corals

Barbara de Moura Neves

Atlantic Geology

... it is not clear yet at which extent it will affect them. Increasing water temperature and ocean acidification are the two factors most likely to affect...

2015

CO2 and the Oceans: Carbon Balance, Temperature, and Acidification

Fred T. Mackenzie

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.... A result of the uptake of anthropogenic CO2 by the ocean has been its acidification. If current trends continue, future temperature changes and ocean...

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Abstract: Increasing the Alkalinity of the Ocean to Enhance its Capacity to Act as a Carbon Sink and to Counteract the Effect of Ocean Acidification; #90172 (2014)

T. Kruger

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...Abstract: Increasing the Alkalinity of the Ocean to Enhance its Capacity to Act as a Carbon Sink and to Counteract the Effect of Ocean Acidification...

2014

The Carbon Cycle from Fossil Fuels

Lee Kump

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... per year) lead to deep-ocean acidification, but surface waters remain supersaturated with respect to CaCO3. Faster additions (including current...

2009

Abstract: The Triassic…Jurassic Boundary in Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates: Evidence for Global Change from Carbonate Sedimentology and Chemostratigraphy; #90254 (2016)

Thomas Steuber, Aisha Al Suwaidi, Yuzhu Ge, Marina Suarez

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... of organic and marine carbonate carbon. This has been elsewhere associated with widespread ocean acidification and a major disruption in marine carbonate...

2016

Abstract: CALCIUM ISOTOPE CONSTRAINTS ON THE CAUSES OF LARGE CARBON ISOTOPE EXCURSIONS DURING RECOVERY FROM THE END-PERMIAN MASS EXTINCTION; #90249 (2016)

Kimberly Lau

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... is characterized by large variability, and can result from volcanism/acidification, organic C burial, authigenic carbonate precipitation or by a local factor...

2016

Ocean Acidification in Modern Seas and its Recognition in the Geological Record: The Cretaceous/Paleogene Boundary in Texas and Alabama

Malcolm B. Hart, Andrew D. Leighton, Christopher W. Smart, Laura R. Pettit, Iba N. Medina-Sánchez, Peter J. Harries, Andrés L. Cárdenas, Jason M. Hall-Spencer, Rosa Maria Prol-Ledesma

GCAGS Transactions

...Ocean Acidification in Modern Seas and its Recognition in the Geological Record: The Cretaceous/Paleogene Boundary in Texas and Alabama Malcolm B...

2014

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Svara

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... to the carbonate saturation at a time of global warming prior to a global crisis, perhaps related to ocean acidification. The Nansen Formation consists of a series...

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ABSTRACT From Greenhouse to Icehouse; to There and Back Again - Results from Arctic Ocean Drilling, #90104 (2010)

Brinkhuis Henk

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... Africa (ODP 208) showed the impact of high CO2 in terms of  ocean acidification and lysocline shoaling from ancient deep water, tropical settings, while...

2010

ABSTRACT: Petrographic Evaluation of a Permian-Triassic Erosion Surface and Implications for Causes of the End-Permian Extinction; #90113 (2010)

Ryan Dhillon and Dan Lehrmann

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... dissolution surface resulting from ocean acidification during the end-Permian extinction. AAPG Search and Discover Article #90113©2010 AAPG/SEG Student...

2009

ABSTRACT: Hydrogen Fuel: Technical Opportunities and Challenges

Arndt Schimmelmann, Maria Mastalerz

The Society for Organic Petrology (TSOP)

... temperatures but also causes acidification of ocean waters ushered in alternative energy technologies. In recent years, hydrogen has been touted...

2011

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