The O2/N2 ratio and CO2 airborne Southern Ocean study

Britton B. Stephens, Matthew C. Long, Ralph F. Keeling, Eric A. Kort, Colm Sweeney, Eric C. Apel, Elliot L. Atlas, Stuart Beaton, Jonathan D. Bent, Nicola J. Blake, James F. Bresch, Joanna Casey, Bruce C. Daube, Minghui Diao, Ernesto Diaz, Heidi Dierssen, Valeria Donets, Bo Cai Gao, Michelle Gierach, Robert GreenJustin Haag, Matthew Hayman, Alan J. Hills, Martín S. Hoecker-Martínez, Shawn B. Honomichl, Rebecca S. Hornbrook, Jorgen B. Jensen, Rong Rong Li, Ian McCubbin, Kathryn McKain, Eric J. Morgan, Scott Nolte, Jordan G. Powers, Bryan Rainwater, Kaylan Randolph, Mike Reeves, Sue M. Schauffler, Katherine Smith, Mackenzie Smith, Jeff Stith, Gregory Stossmeister, Darin W. Toohey, Andrew S. Watt

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A recent Southern Ocean airborne campaign collected continuous, discrete, and remote sensing measurements to investigate biogeochemical and physical processes driving air-sea exchange of CO2, O2, and reactive biogenic gases.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)381-402
Number of pages22
JournalBulletin of the American Meteorological Society
Issue number2
StatePublished - Feb 2018

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Atmospheric Science


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