Carbonate preservation of sediment cores from the Great Bahama Bank, supplement to: Schwarz, Johanna (2007): Carbonate preservation in Pliocene to Holocene periplatform sediments (Great Bahama Bank, Florida Straits). PhD Thesis, Elektronische Dissertationen an der Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Bremen, Germany

Johanna Schwarz
The oceanic carbon cycle mainly comprises the production and dissolution/ preservation of carbonate particles in the water column or within the sediment. Carbon dioxide is one of the major controlling factors for the production and dissolution of carbonate. There is a steady exchange between the ocean and atmosphere in order to achieve an equilibrium of CO2; an anthropogenic rise of CO2 in the atmosphere would therefore also increase the amount of CO2 in the ocean....
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