Community review of the IPCC special report The Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate is open until December 19. Click here to visit USGCRP site to access the document and submit comments. Reviewers can also submit comments directly on the IPCC website. The process is explained in a Federal Register announcement here. Reviews on Chapter […]READ MORE »
The ocean is one of the largest sinks of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) on our planet, driven in part by CO2 uptake by phytoplankton in the upper ocean during photosynthesis. Eventually, a portion of the resulting organic carbon is transported to depth, where it is sequestered from the atmosphere for centuries or even millennia. Our […]READ MORE »
The Second State of the Carbon Cycle Report (SOCCR2) was released by the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) on November 23. Individual chapter PDFs can be downloaded here. Incorporating 19 chapters distributed across four interconnected sections (I. Synthesis, II. Human Dimensions of the Carbon Cycle, III. State of Air, Land, and Water, IV. Consequences and […]READ MORE »
When designing sampling we make generally accepted assumptions that what we collect is representative of what is “normal” or naturally occurring at the place, time, and depth of collection. However, a recent study in Science Advances revealed that this might not be true. During round-the-clock shipboard sampling, lights used at night can actually be a […]READ MORE »
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