Dimethylsulfide (DMS) production in polar oceans may be resilient to ocean acidification
"Emissions of dimethylsulfide (DMS) from the polar oceans play a key role in atmospheric processes and climate. Therefore, it is important we increase our understanding of how DMS production in these regions may respond to environmental change. The polar oceans are particularly vulnerable to ocean acidification (OA). However, our understanding of the polar DMS response is limited to two studies conducted in Arctic waters, where in both cases DMS concentrations decreased with increasing acidity. [...]"
Source: Biogeosciences (under Review)
Authors: Frances E. Hopkins et al.
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