publication . Article . Other literature type . 1999

Spatial variation of total CO2 and total alkalinity in the northern Indian Ocean: A novel approach for the quantification of anthropogenic CO2 in seawater

Goyet, C; Coatanoan, Christine; Eischeid, G; Amaoka, T; Okuda, K; Healy, R; Tsunogai, S;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 1999 Journal: Journal of Marine Research, volume 57, pages 135-163 (issn: 0022-2402, eissn: 1543-9542, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Journal of Marine Research/Yale
  • Country: France
Abstract
As part of a cooperative effort of the Joint Global Ocean Flux Study (JGOFS) and of the World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE) program, we have measured total CO 2 (TCO2) and total alkalinity (TA) along three sections in the northern Indian Ocean. One section through the Gulf of Aden to theArabian Sea is parallel to the coast ofYemen. One section is across theArabian Sea along the nominal 9N latitude and the other section is across the Bay of Bengal along the nominal 10N latitude. The measurements were performed on board R/V Knorr in September-October 1995. The primary purpose of this work is to understand the penetration of anthropogenic CO 2 along these oce...
Subjects
free text keywords: Climatology, Temperature salinity diagrams, Bay, Oceanography, World Ocean Circulation Experiment, Latitude, Geology, Water mass, Seawater, Salinity, Oceanic basin, geography.geographical_feature_category, geography
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Goyet, C., R. Adams and G. Eischeid. 1998a. Observations of the CO2 system properties in the Tropical Atlantic Ocean. Mar. Chem., 60, 49-61.

Goyet, C. and P. G. Brewer. 1993. Biochemical properties of the oceanic carbon cycle, in NATO ASI Series, Vol. I 11, Modelling Oceanic Climate Interactions, J. Willebrand and D. L. T. Anderson, eds., Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 271-297.

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Abstract
As part of a cooperative effort of the Joint Global Ocean Flux Study (JGOFS) and of the World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE) program, we have measured total CO 2 (TCO2) and total alkalinity (TA) along three sections in the northern Indian Ocean. One section through the Gulf of Aden to theArabian Sea is parallel to the coast ofYemen. One section is across theArabian Sea along the nominal 9N latitude and the other section is across the Bay of Bengal along the nominal 10N latitude. The measurements were performed on board R/V Knorr in September-October 1995. The primary purpose of this work is to understand the penetration of anthropogenic CO 2 along these oce...
Subjects
free text keywords: Climatology, Temperature salinity diagrams, Bay, Oceanography, World Ocean Circulation Experiment, Latitude, Geology, Water mass, Seawater, Salinity, Oceanic basin, geography.geographical_feature_category, geography
45 references, page 1 of 3

Anderson, L. A. and J. L. Sarmiento. 1994. Red eld ratios of remineralizationdetermined by nutrient data analysis. Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 8, 65-80. [OpenAIRE]

Batrakov, G. F., A. A. Bezborodov, V. N. Yeremeyev and A. D. Zemlyanoy. 1981. CO2 exchange between Indian Ocean waters and the Atmosphere. Oceanology, 21, 39-43.

Brewer, P. G. 1978. Direct observationof the oceanic CO2 increase.Geophys. Res. Lett., 5, 997-1000.

Brewer, P. G., A. L. Bradshaw and R. T. Williams. 1986. Measurements of total carbon dioxide and alkalinity in the North Atlantic Ocean in 1981, in The Changing Carbon Cycle: A Global Analysis, J. R. Trabalka and D. E. Reichle, eds., Springer, NY, 348-370.

Brewer, P. G., C. Goyet and G. Friederich. 1997. Direct observation of the oceanic CO2 increase revisited. NAS Colloqium on Carbon Dioxide and Climate Change, Nov. 13-15, Irvine, CA, Proc. Nat. Acad. of Sci., 94, 8308-8313. [OpenAIRE]

Broecker, W. S. 1974. ''NO,'' A conservative water-mass tracer. Earth Planet Sci. Lett., 23, 100-107.

Broecker, W. S. and T. H. Peng. 1982. Tracers in the Sea, Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory, Eldigio Press, Palisades, NY, 690 pp.

Chen, C.-T. A. and F. J. Millero. 1979. Gradual increase of oceanic CO2. Nature, 277, 205-206.

Coatanoan, C., N. Metzl, M. Fieux and B. Coste. 1999. Seasonal water masses distribution in the Indonesian through ow entering the Indian Ocean. J. Geophys. Res., (submitted). [OpenAIRE]

Copin-Montegut, C. 1988. A new formula for the effect of temperature on the partial pressure of CO2 in seawater. Mar. Chem., 25, 29-37.

DOE. 1994. Handbook of methods for the analysis of the various parameters of the carbon dioxide system in sea water; version 2, A. G. Dickson and C. Goyet, eds., ORNL/CDIAC-74.

Emery, W. J. and J. Meincke. 1986. Global water masses: summary and review. Oceanol. Acta, 9, 383-391. [OpenAIRE]

Eremeev, V. N., V. A. Ivanov, A. N. Kosarev and A. V. Polyakova. 1994. Natural peculiarities of the Arabian Sea and its problems, in Biogeochemical Processes in the Arabian Sea. MHI UNAS, 26-34.

Goyet, C., R. Adams and G. Eischeid. 1998a. Observations of the CO2 system properties in the Tropical Atlantic Ocean. Mar. Chem., 60, 49-61.

Goyet, C. and P. G. Brewer. 1993. Biochemical properties of the oceanic carbon cycle, in NATO ASI Series, Vol. I 11, Modelling Oceanic Climate Interactions, J. Willebrand and D. L. T. Anderson, eds., Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 271-297.

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publication . Article . Other literature type . 1999

Spatial variation of total CO2 and total alkalinity in the northern Indian Ocean: A novel approach for the quantification of anthropogenic CO2 in seawater

Goyet, C; Coatanoan, Christine; Eischeid, G; Amaoka, T; Okuda, K; Healy, R; Tsunogai, S;