Ocean carbon pumps: analysis of relative strengths and efficiencies in ocean-driven atmospheric CO2 changes.

T. Volk, M. I. Hoffert

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An ocean carbon pump is defined as a process that depletes the ocean surface of Sigma CO2. Three pumps are recognized: a carbonate pump, a soft-tissue pump, and a solubility pump. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationThe carbon cycle and atmospheric CO 2 : natural variations Archean to present. Chapman conference papers, 1984
EditorsE.T. Sundquist, W.S. Broecker
PublisherAmerican Geophysical Union; Geophysical Monograph 32
Pages99-110
Number of pages12
StatePublished - 1985

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Volk, T., & Hoffert, M. I. (1985). Ocean carbon pumps: analysis of relative strengths and efficiencies in ocean-driven atmospheric CO2 changes. In E. T. Sundquist, & W. S. Broecker (Eds.), The carbon cycle and atmospheric CO 2 : natural variations Archean to present. Chapman conference papers, 1984 (pp. 99-110). American Geophysical Union; Geophysical Monograph 32.

Ocean carbon pumps : analysis of relative strengths and efficiencies in ocean-driven atmospheric CO2 changes. / Volk, T.; Hoffert, M. I.

The carbon cycle and atmospheric CO 2 : natural variations Archean to present. Chapman conference papers, 1984. ed. / E.T. Sundquist; W.S. Broecker. American Geophysical Union; Geophysical Monograph 32, 1985. p. 99-110.

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Volk, T & Hoffert, MI 1985, Ocean carbon pumps: analysis of relative strengths and efficiencies in ocean-driven atmospheric CO2 changes. in ET Sundquist & WS Broecker (eds), The carbon cycle and atmospheric CO 2 : natural variations Archean to present. Chapman conference papers, 1984. American Geophysical Union; Geophysical Monograph 32, pp. 99-110.
Volk T, Hoffert MI. Ocean carbon pumps: analysis of relative strengths and efficiencies in ocean-driven atmospheric CO2 changes. In Sundquist ET, Broecker WS, editors, The carbon cycle and atmospheric CO 2 : natural variations Archean to present. Chapman conference papers, 1984. American Geophysical Union; Geophysical Monograph 32. 1985. p. 99-110
Volk, T. ; Hoffert, M. I. / Ocean carbon pumps : analysis of relative strengths and efficiencies in ocean-driven atmospheric CO2 changes. The carbon cycle and atmospheric CO 2 : natural variations Archean to present. Chapman conference papers, 1984. editor / E.T. Sundquist ; W.S. Broecker. American Geophysical Union; Geophysical Monograph 32, 1985. pp. 99-110
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