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Chemical aspects of ocean acidification monitoring in the ICES marine area.
(International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES), Copenhagen, Denmark, 2013)
It is estimated that oceans absorb approximately a quarter of the total anthropogenic releases of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere each year. This is leading to acidification of the oceans, which has already been observed ...
Chemical measurements in the Baltic Sea: guidelines on quality assurance.
(International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES), Copenhagen, Denmark, 2004)
This document provides an introduction to quality issues, in general, and quality assurance in Baltic marine monitoring laboratories, in particular. The guidelines are intended to assist laboratories in starting up and ...
Experimental design in ocean acidification research: problems and solutions.
Ocean acidification has been identified as a risk to marine ecosystems, and substantial scientific effort has been expended on investigating its effects, mostly in laboratory manipulation experiments. However, performing ...