Jan 28, 2018

Decline in global oceanic oxygen content during the past five decades | Nature

It is thought that a warming climate may lead to a global decline in the amount of oxygen that is dissolved in the oceans, as a result of reduced oxygen solubility and less ventilation of the deep ocean. Such a decline in dissolved oxygen could affect ocean nutrient cycles and the marine habitat. This study finds that the global oceanic oxygen content has decreased by more than two per cent...

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