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  List of Accepted Contributions - OS12 Ocean Tracers and Anthropogenic CO2 (co-listed in CL, co-sponsored by EAG)

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Bakker, D.C.E.; Hoppema, M.; Schröder, M.; Geibert, W.; de Baar, H.J.W.
Rapid transition from ice covered high CO2 waters to a biologically mediated CO2 sink in the eastern Weddell Gyre

Rhein, M; Kieke, D; Steinfeld, R
Changes in LSW formation rates inferred from CFC inventories

Steinfeldt, R.; Rhein, M.; Bullister, J.; Tanhua, T.
Inventory of anthropogenic carbon in the Atlantic

Outridge, P; Hobson, K
Marine mammal teeth as long-term archives of changes in stable carbon isotopes in the Arctic Ocean – are they recording the Seuss Effect, or ecosystem productivity changes? (withdrawn)

Schneider, A.; Tanhua, T.; Klein, B.; Wallace, D.W.R
Anthropogenic CO2 in the Mediterranean Sea

Brix, H.; Deutsch, C.
Oxygen and carbon variability in the upper water column: patterns and mechanisms

Khatiwala, S
Global ocean uptake and storage of anthropogenic carbon estimated using transit-time distributions

Huhn, O. ; Roether, W.
Age Spectra in Upper North Atlantic Deep Water, 10°N - 30°S

Rödenbeck, C.; Le Quéré, C.; Cassar, N.; Tohjima, Y.; Heimann, M.; Keeling, R.
Estimating interannual variability of oceanic biogeochemistry from atmospheric O2/N2 and CO2 measurements

Tanhua, T.; Jones, E.P. ; Jeansson, E.; Jutterström, S.; Smethie, W.M.; Wallace, D.W.R; Anderson, L.G.
Antropogenic CO2 and acidification in the Arctic Ocean

Rodehacke, C; Roether, W; Hellmer, H; Hall, T
Temporal variations and trends of CFC11 and CFC12 surface-water saturations in Antarctic marginal seas: Results of a regional ocean circulation model

Brown, P.; Schuster, U.; Watson, A.; Cunningham, S.; McDonagh, E.
The changing dynamics of the subtropical North Atlantic anthropogenic carbon sink

Messias, M.-J.; Watson, A. J.; Brown, P.; Schuster, U.
Tracer-derived transit time distributions in the North Atlantic along 36°N and inferred antropogenic carbon concentrations

Álvarez, M.; Lo Monaco, C.; Tanhua, T.; Yool, A.; Oschlies, A.; Bullister, J.L.; Goyet, C.; Touratier, F.; Wanninkhof, R.; Wisegarver, D.; McDonagh, E.; Bryden, H.L.
A higher storage of anthropogenic carbon in the Indian Ocean?

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