David Chase Brewster
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David Chase Brewster replied to David Chase Brewster's discussion Ocean Acidification in the group Climate Change Impacts
"Here is another link some may find interesting http://www.epoca-project.eu/"
Nov 5, 2010
David Chase Brewster replied to David Chase Brewster's discussion Ocean Acidification in the group Climate Change Impacts
"I think the most salient point is that regardless of the discrepancies in the methodologies - they all point in the same direction. Will we ever have enough data, most likely no, especially if we try to please the fossil carbon producers. However,…"
Oct 28, 2010
Simon Gosling replied to David Chase Brewster's discussion Ocean Acidification in the group Climate Change Impacts
"Indeed, and there is now more and more evidnce from modelling studies that shows acidificiation increases under ramped CO2 experiments, irresepctive of the degree of global-mean warming..."
Oct 28, 2010
David Chase Brewster replied to David Chase Brewster's discussion Ocean Acidification in the group Climate Change Impacts
"I agree - it appears just from a mass balance (carbon budget) that this problem may be more significant due to the retention times in the sea. I have read several articles that speak to the capacity of the sea to absorb carbon dioxide, yet they…"
Oct 28, 2010
Simon Gosling replied to David Chase Brewster's discussion Ocean Acidification in the group Climate Change Impacts
"There is, however, considerable debate over how ocan acidification will effect marine calcifying organisms. Much of the discrepencies do seem to be associated with methodological inconsistencies between studies, however, which by no means alleviates…"
Oct 28, 2010
David Chase Brewster added a discussion to the group Climate Change Impacts
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Ocean Acidification

It is apparent that climate change is a significant problem as we move into the 21st century.  Most of the press concentrates on the effects anthropogenic carbon and increased temperature, yet it appears there are other significant problems stemming from the ever increasing use of fossil carbon to the global system.  Perhaps a dual focus on the observed effects of a warming climate and the effects on the world oceans may be a better approach to convince people this is a real problem that must…See More
Oct 28, 2010

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