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Evaluation of marine pH sensors under controlled and natural conditions for the Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE.
The annual anthropogenic ocean carbon uptake of 2.6 plus or minus 0.5 Gt C is changing ocean composition (e.g., pH) at unprecedented rates, but our ability to track this trend effectively across various ocean ecosystems ...
A vision for FAIR ocean data products.
The ocean is mitigating global warming by absorbing large amounts of excesscarbon dioxide from human activities. To quantify and monitor the ocean carbonsink, we need a state-of-the-art data resource that makes data ...
New and updated global empirical seawater property estimation routines.
We introduce three new Empirical Seawater Property Estimation Routines (ESPERs) capable of predicting seawater phosphate, nitrate, silicate, oxygen, total titration seawater alkalinity, total hydrogen scale pH (pHT), ...
Advancing best practices for assessing trends of ocean acidification time series.
Assessing the status of ocean acidification across ocean and coastal waters requires standardized procedures at all levels of data collection, dissemination, and analysis. Standardized procedures for assuring quality and ...