Toward Solving the UV Puzzle

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Jelte Rozema; Bas van Geel; Lars Olof Björn; Judith Lean; Sasha Madronich

2002

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  • In 61 laboratory experiments, Zondervan et al 60 have shown that the ratio of calcium carform the White Cliffs of Dover provide a sink for CO2, which they do—but only on long time scales
  • The HCO3− used in calcification is originally from the atmosphere
  • It is delivered to the ocean spheric CO2, the strategy of carbon sequestration, or carbon fixation, is receiving increased attention
  • 50 The calcium carbonate pump transports inorganic carbon from the surface ocean to the deep-sea floor, but calcification uses 47 carbon dissolved in seawater as HCO3− 46 ions
  • Decreased calcification might have major effects on ecosystems

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