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Towards an integrated Global Ocean Acidification Observation Network

By M.D. Iglesias-Rodriguez, K. Anthony, J. Bijma, A. Dickson, S. Doney, V.J. Fabry, R.A. Feely, J.-P. Gattuso, K. Lee, U. Riebesell, T. Saino and C. Turley
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Year: 2010
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