The Global Carbon Cycle
U.S. D.O.E. 2008 Carbon Cycling and Biosequestratoin: Report from the March 2008 Workshop, DOE/SC-108, U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science. (p. 2-3)
Figure 1: The center diagram shows how carbon moves between the land, atmosphere and oceans. Yellow numbers indicate natural fluxes, white are stored carbon, and red representes human contributions in gigtons per year.
Turley C, Keier I, Seeyave S, Beckman F, Waddicombe S: Oceans of Impact. Plymouth Marine Laboratory, Partnershipo for Observation of the Global Oceans, Global Ocean Acidification-Observinf Network, Ocean Acidification – International Coordination Center; 2018 4pp. DOI: 10.17031/EP387W.
Figure 2: How the ocean is experiencing stress from the lack of reduced greenhouse gas emissions.
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