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Ocean processes. In: Charting progress 2: the state of UK seas, Chapter 2, 14-26

By John Huthnance


The main changes in ocean processes over the past few decades are largely due to the effects of rising sea surface temperature, rising sea levels and ocean acidity. The changes are already affecting some sensitive ecosystems and could have significant long-term impact

Topics: Marine Sciences, Meteorology and Climatology, Physics, Data and Information, Atmospheric Sciences
Publisher: DEFRA on behalf of the United Kingdom Marine Monitoring and Assessment Strategy (UKMMAS) Community
Year: 2010
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