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Brent G.T. Else, R.J. Galley, B. Lansard, D.G. Barber, K. Brown, L.A. Miller, A. Mucci, T.N. Papakyriakou, J.-É. Tremblay and S. Rysgaard Further observations of a decreasing atmospheric CO2 uptake capacity in the Canada Basin (Arctic Ocean) due to sea ice loss Geophysical Research Letters 40

Version of Record online: 25 MAR 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/grl.50268

Key Points

  • The southeastern Canada Basin has a weak capacity to absorb atmospheric CO2
  • A shallow mixed layer that warms rapidly after ice loss inhibits CO2 uptake
  • Ice-free summers in the Canada Basin will not create a significant new CO2 sink

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