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The Carbon Dioxide System in the Baltic Sea Surface Waters


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Title: The Carbon Dioxide System in the Baltic Sea Surface Waters
Authors: Wesslander, Karin
E-mail: karinw@gvc.gu.se
Issue Date: 26-May-2011
University: Göteborgs universitet. Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten
Institution: Department of Earth Sciences ; Institutionen för geovetenskaper
Parts of work: Paper I: Sofia Hjalmarsson, Karin Wesslander, Leif G. Anderson, Anders Omstedt, Matti Perttilä, Ludger Mintrop, 2008. Distribution, long-term development and mass balance calculation of total alkalinity in the Baltic Sea. Continental Shelf Research, 28, 593-601.
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Paper II: Karin Wesslander, Anders Omstedt, Bernd Schneider, 2010. Inter-annual and seasonal variations of the air–sea CO2 balance in the southern Baltic Sea and the Kattegat. Continental Shelf Research, 30, 1511-1521
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Paper III: Karin Wesslander, Per Hall, Sofia Hjalmarsson, Dominique Lefevre, Anders Omstedt, Anna Rutgersson, Erik Sahlée, Anders Tengberg, 2011, Observed carbon dioxide and oxygen dynamics in a Baltic Sea coastal region. Journal of Marine Systems, 86, 1-9.
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Paper IV: Anders Omstedt, Erik Gustafsson, Karin Wesslander, 2009. Modelling the uptake and release of carbon dioxide in the Baltic Sea surface water. Continental Shelf Research, 29, 870-885.
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Date of Defence: 2011-09-09
Disputation: Fredagen den 9 september 2011, kl. 10.15, Hörsalen, Geovetarcentrum, Guldhedsgatan 5C, Göteborg
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy
Publication type: Doctoral thesis
Series/Report no.: A
137
Keywords: Baltic Sea
carbon dioxide
pCO2
total alkalinity
pH
air-sea gas exchange
inter-annual
seasonal
Abstract: The concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere is steadily increasing because of human activities such as fossil fuel burning. To understand how this is affecting the planet, several pieces of knowledge of the CO2 system have to be investigated. One piece is how the coastal seas, which are used by people and influenced by industrialization, are functioning. In this thesis, the CO2 system in the Baltic Sea surface water has been investigated using observations from the last century t... more
ISBN: 978-91-628-8319-5
ISSN: 1400-3813
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/25442
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