Guidelines for reporting ocean acidification data in scientific journals. Version 1.1, 2015-03-06b.
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Hoppe, Clara J. M.
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This document was prepared in the framework of the data management activity of the Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre of the International Atomic Energy Agency (OAICC; www.iaea.org/ocean-acidification). Please contact the first author (email@example.com) in case of any error or omission. It is primarily based on Dickson et al. (2007), Dickson (2010), Nisumaa et al. (2010), Pesant et al. (2010), Pörtner et al. (2010) and Orr et al. (2015). To ensure reproducibility, it is critical to report at least two variables of the carbonate system of seawater as well as salinity, temperature, and the hydrostatic pressure (if the measurements were not performed at atmospheric pressure). In addition, authors should report concentrations of total dissolved inorganic phosphorus as well as total dissolved inorganic silicon (in µmol kg-1) whenever possible.....
PublisherIAEA, Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.3
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)Inorganic carbon
Best Practice TypeGuide
CitationGattuso, J.P., Garcia, H., Hoppe, C.J.M., Orr, J., Pörtner, H-O. and Yang, Y. (2015) Guidelines for reporting ocean acidification data in scientific journals. Version 1.1, 2015-03-06b. Geneva, Switzerland, IAeA, Ocean Acidification Coordination Centre, 2pp. DOI: 10.25607/OBP-416