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Carbon Cycling in Arctic Marine Ecosystems: Case Study Young Sound

Monograph

Series: Bioscience (Monographs on Greenland subseries) Volume: 58

By: Søren Rysgaard(Editor), Ronnie Nøhr Glud(Editor)

214 pages, illustrations

Museum Tusculanum Press, University of Copenhagen

Paperback | Jan 2007 | #211688 | ISBN-13: 9788763512787
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Carbon Cycling in Arctic Marine Ecosystems synthesizes the marine research conducted in Young Sound, a High Arctic fjord in Northeast Greenland, since 1994. Several physical, chemical and biological aspects of this ecosystem are presented in individual chapters and used to construct a present day carbon budget for the area. Finally, predictions are made of future changes to the ecosystem due to climate warming.

 


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