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https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-18-2221-2021
https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-18-2221-2021
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Arctic Ocean acidification over the 21st century co-driven by anthropogenic carbon increases and freshening in the CMIP6 model ensemble

Jens Terhaar, Olivier Torres, Timothée Bourgeois, and Lester Kwiatkowski

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The uptake of carbon, emitted as a result of human activities, results in ocean acidification. We analyse 21st-century projections of acidification in the Arctic Ocean, a region of particular vulnerability, using the latest generation of Earth system models. In this new generation of models there is a large decrease in the uncertainty associated with projections of Arctic Ocean acidification, with freshening playing a greater role in driving acidification than previously simulated.
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