Carbon dioxide in the surface waters of the North Atlantic Ocean and the Barents and Kara Seas. Jr & Kelley, J. J. Limnology and Oceanography, 1970.
Carbon dioxide in the surface waters of the North Atlantic Ocean and the Barents and Kara Seas [link]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
Measurements of the equilibrium concentration of carbon dioxide with respect to air in the surface waters of the Kara, Barents, and Norwegian Seas during the late summer of 1987 show undersaturation. The North Atlantic Ocean during late summer is slightly undersaturated except for limited areas such as the North Sea, south of Nova Scotia, and within the Gulf Stream, where supersaturation is found. Observations across the North Atlantic Ocean from the North Sea to Massachusetts Bay agree closely with the results of K. Buch from a similar track in 1935. The data indicate that for a 1 degree increase in surface sea temperature there is a 10 ppm increase in CO2 concentration. An increase in oxygen concentration of 1.0 ml/liter is associated with a decrease of 45 ppm CO,. In the Barents Sea, a linear relationship is found between CO2 and salinity, with a rise of 39 ppm CO, per part per thousand increase in surface salinity
@article{ jr_carbon_1970,
  title = {Carbon dioxide in the surface waters of the North Atlantic Ocean and the Barents and Kara Seas},
  shorttitle = {Carbon dioxide in the surface waters of the North Atlantic Ocean and the Barents and Kara Seas},
  url = {http://www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_15/issue_1/0080.pdf http://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en\&btnG=Search\&q=intitle:CARBON+DIOXIDE+IN+THE+SURFACE+WATERS+OF+THE+NORTH+ATLANTIC+OCEAN+AND+THE+BARENTS+AND+KARA+SEAS#0},
  abstract = {Measurements of the equilibrium concentration of carbon dioxide with respect to air in the surface waters of the Kara, Barents, and Norwegian Seas during the late summer of 1987 show undersaturation. The North Atlantic Ocean during late summer is slightly undersaturated except for limited areas such as the North Sea, south of Nova Scotia, and within the Gulf Stream, where supersaturation is found. Observations across the North Atlantic Ocean from the North Sea to Massachusetts Bay agree closely with the results of K. Buch from a similar track in 1935. The data indicate that for a 1 degree increase in surface sea temperature there is a 10 ppm increase in {CO}2 concentration. An increase in oxygen concentration of 1.0 ml/liter is associated with a decrease of 45 ppm {CO},. In the Barents Sea, a linear relationship is found between {CO}2 and salinity, with a rise of 39 ppm {CO}, per part per thousand increase in surface salinity},
  journal = {Limnology and Oceanography},
  author = {Jr, J. J. Kelley},
  year = {1970},
  pages = {80--87}
}
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