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https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-21-671-2024
https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-21-671-2024
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02 Feb 2024
Research article |  | 02 Feb 2024

Central Arctic Ocean surface–atmosphere exchange of CO2 and CH4 constrained by direct measurements

John Prytherch, Sonja Murto, Ian Brown, Adam Ulfsbo, Brett F. Thornton, Volker Brüchert, Michael Tjernström, Anna Lunde Hermansson, Amanda T. Nylund, and Lina A. Holthusen

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We directly measured methane and carbon dioxide exchange between ocean or sea ice and the atmosphere during an icebreaker-based expedition to the central Arctic Ocean (CAO) in summer 2021. These measurements can help constrain climate models and carbon budgets. The methane measurements, the first such made in the CAO, are lower than previous estimates and imply that the CAO is an insignificant contributor to Arctic methane emission. Gas exchange rates are slower than previous estimates.
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