|Title:||Changes in the partial pressure of carbon dioxide in the Mauritanian-Cap Vert upwelling region between 2005 and 2012||Authors:||González-Dávila, Melchor
Santana Casiano, J. Magdalena
|UNESCO Clasification:||2510 Oceanografía||Issue Date:||2017||Publisher:||1726-4170||Project:||Optimizing And Enhancing The Integrated Atlantic Ocean Observing System (Atlantos)
|Journal:||Biogeosciences||Abstract:||Coastal upwellings along the eastern margins of major ocean basins represent regions of large ecological and economic importance due to the high biological productivity. The role of these regions for the global carbon cycle makes them essential in addressing climate change. The physical forcing of upwelling processes that favor production in these areas are already being affected by global warming, which will modify the intensity of upwelling and, consequently, the carbon dioxide cycle. Here, we present monthly high-resolution surface experimental data for temperature and partial pressure of carbon dioxide in one of the four most important upwelling regions of the planet, the Mauritanian-Cap Vert upwelling region, from 2005 to 2012||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10553/23587||ISSN:||1726-4170||DOI:||10.5194/bg-14-3859-2017||Source:||Biogeosciences [ISSN 1726-4170], v. 14 (17), p. 3859-3871||Rights:||by-nc-nd|
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