Ocean iron fertilization - Moving forward in a sea of uncertainty

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Buesseler, K. O., Doney, S. C., Karl, D. M., Boyd, P. W., Caldeira, K., Chai, F., … Watson, A. J. (2008). Ocean iron fertilization - Moving forward in a sea of uncertainty. Science, 319(5860). doi:10.1126/science.1154305
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TitleOcean iron fertilization - Moving forward in a sea of uncertainty
AuthorsK. Buesseler, S. Doney, D. Karl, P. Boyd, K. Caldeira, F. Chai, K. Coale, H. De Baar, P. Falkowski, K. Johnson, R. Lampitt, A. Michaels, S. Naqvi, V. Smetacek, S. Takeda, A. Watson
AbstractIt is premature to sell carbon offsets from ocean iron fertilization unless research provides the scientific foundation to evaluate risks and benefits.
JournalScience
Date2008
Volume319
Issue5860
ISSN0036-8075
Subjectscarbon, carbon dioxide, iron, carbon sequestration, ocean, research, risk assessment, air pollution, air pollution control, biogeochemistry, carbon sink, climate change, cost benefit analysis, environmental impact assessment, evaluation, greenhouse gas, nonhuman, nutrient concentration, ocean iron fertilization, phytoplankton, policy, priority journal, risk benefit analysis, sea, short survey, waste management, Atmosphere, Climate, Cost-Benefit Analysis, Ecosystem, Oceans and Seas, Seawater
NoteCited By (since 1996):69, Oceanography, CODEN: SCIEA

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