The GEOSECS 1969 Intercalibration Station: Introduction, hydrographic features, and total CO<sub>2</sub>-O<sub>2</sub> relationships

Citation:
Craig, H, Weiss RF.  1970.  The GEOSECS 1969 Intercalibration Station: Introduction, hydrographic features, and total CO2-O2 relationships. Journal of Geophysical Research. 75:7641-7647., Washington, DC, United States (USA): American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC

Keywords:

02:Geochemistry, 1969, co 2 -o 2 relations, geochemistry, geosecs station, geosecs station 1969, Pacific Ocean, sea water

Abstract:

The temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen, and shipboard chromatograph ΣCO2 data from the 1969 Geosecs station are summarized. Vertical diffusion-advection model parameters calculated from the ΣCO2 and O2 data, by using the mixing parameters obtained from temperature and salinity, give approximately equal mean CO2 production and O2 consumption rates over the deep-water column.

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DOI:

10.1029/JC075i036p07641