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|Title:||Ocean-atmosphere biogeochemical interactions: A two-way coupling under ‘SOLAS’|
|Authors:||Chuck, Adele L.|
Liss, Peter S.
|Keywords:||SOLAS;Ocean-atmosphere interactions;Trace gases;Atmospheric inputs|
|IPC Code:||Int. Cl. ⁷ C09K 3/30|
|Abstract:||The Surface Ocean-Lower Atmosphere Study (SOLAS) is a new international research programme which aims to address our understanding of the coupled ocean-atmosphere system and the biogeochemical and physical interactions within it. The following examples of research topics to be studied under SOLAS are presented in the paper: the DMS-climate linkage, organo-iodine compounds and new particle formation, alkyl nitrates and oxygenated trace gases and atmospheric inputs mediating ocean biogeochemistry. Finally, we give a brief outline of the science agenda of the SOLAS programme.|
|Appears in Collections:|| IJMS Vol.33(1) [March 2004]|
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