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  List of Accepted Contributions - OS3 Ocean Tracers and Anthropogenic CO2 (co-listed in BG & CL)

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Pohl, C.; Hennings, U. ; Rudgers v. d. Loeff, M.; Croot, P.; Budeus, G.
Trace metal (Hg, Pb, Cd, Cu, Ni, Mn, Fe, Co) distribution in Eastern-Atlantic surface waters. Reflection of natural and anthropogenic sources by comparing data from 1990 and 2005

Schneider, J.G.; Schlitzer, R.
Seasonal Air-Sea CO2 Fluxes in a Global Ocean Inverse Model

Schlitzer, R.
Assimilation of radiocarbon and chlorofluorocarbon data to constrain deep and bottom water transports in the world ocean

Kobayashi, T.; Suga, T.; Shikama, N.
Negative bias of dissolved oxygen measurements by profiling floats

Kobayashi, T.
Quality control of dissolved oxygen data measured by profiling floats: a preliminary result based on historical data

Assmann, K.M.; Heinze, C.; Bentsen, M.; Drange, H.; Sturm, K.
Excess carbon in an isopycnic ocean carbon cycle model

Azouzi, L.; Ito Gonçalves, R.; Touratier, F.; Goyet, C.
Anthropogenic carbon in the eastern South Pacific Ocean.

Touratier, F.; Taalba, A.; Goyet, C.; Azouzi, L.
Impact of the EMT event on the distribution of anthropogenic carbon throughout the Mediterranean Sea.

Steinfeldt, R.; Rhein, M.; Tanhua, T. ; Huhn, O.
Inventory changes of anthropogenic carbon in the Atlantic between 20°S and 65°N

Jenkins, W. J.
Using tritium and helium-3 to study ocean circulation and ventilation

Gerber, M.; Müller, S.A.; Joos, F.
Uptake of Anthropogenic CO2 in the Bern3D Ocean Model: Results from an Ensemble Kalman Filtering Approach

Ledwell, J.; Smethie, W.; Ho, D.
The use of SF5CF3 for tracer release experiments

Sasaki, K.; Watanabe, S.; Wakita, M.; Tanaka, S.; Fukasawa, M.
Distributions of Chlorofluorocarbons in South Atlantic and Indian Oceans in 2003.

Louarn, E.; Morin, P. ; Mercier, H. ; Le Corre, P.
Interannual variability in the North Atlantic circulation inferred from transient tracers between 2002 and 2006.

Winckler, G.; Newton, R.; Schlosser, P.
Evidence of a hydrothermal plume in the Pacific Sector of the Southern Ocean

Ho, D.T.; Schlosser, P.; Law, C.S.; Smith, M.J.
Constraining gas exchange parameterizations with 3He/SF6 tracer release experiments: Implications for global ocean CO2 uptake

Mikaloff Fletcher, S. E.; Gruber, N.; Jacobson, A. R.; Sarmiento, J. L.; Gloor, M.; Ocean Inversion Modelers, The
Inverse estimates of natural and anthropogenic air-sea carbon flux

Schlosser, P.; Newton, R. ; Winckler, G.; Truong, G. ; Spieler, A.
Deep ocean mixing in the South Pacific: implications from the distribution of mantle He-3

Murata, A.; Kumamoto, Y.; Sasaki, K.; Watanabe, S.; Fukasawa, M.
Decadal increases of anthropogenic CO2 in the South Atlantic subtropical ocean along 30S

Wakita, M.; Watanabe, S.; Honda, M.; Murata, A.; Tsurushima, N.; Kumamoto, Y.; Kawakami, H.
Temporal variation of dissolved inorganic carbon in the subsurface water of the western North Pacific subarctic region

Ilyina, T.; Zeebe, R.; Maier-Reimer, E.; Heinze, C.
Modeling Early Signs of Ocean Acidification Effects on Marine Calcification

Nakano, Y.; Fujiki, T.; Watanabe, S.
Development of drifting buoy system with in situ sea surface pCO2 sensor for long term observation

Friedrich, T.; Oschlies, A.; Eden, C.
Neural-network based mapping of pCO2 from simulated VOS, float and remote sensing data generated by an eddy-resolving North Atlantic model

Langone, L.; Ori, C.; Lenaz, R.; Longinelli, A.; Giovanelli, G.; Ravegnani, F.; Giglio, F.
Growth-rate of atmospheric CO2 and ä13C measured along oceanic routes between Italy and Antarctica

Terenzi, F.; Hall, T.M.; Khatiwala , S.
Uptake of Anthropogenic Carbon by the Labrador Sea Water Using an Accelerate Simulation with an Ocean Circulation Model

Brown, P.; Schuster, U.; Watson, A.; Cunningham, S.; McDonagh, E.
Variability of accumulation and storage of anthropogenic carbon dioxide in the subtropical North Atlantic

van Heuven, S.; Zemmelink, H.; van Aken, H.; de Baar, H.; Wallace, D.
Anthropogenic Carbon along a North Atlantic Transect (withdrawn)

Henry-Edwards, A. G.; Karstensen, J; Schneider, B
A comparison of two inverse mixing analysis methods for the determination of anthropogenic carbon

Kvaleberg, E.; Haine, T.; Waugh, D.
Spreading of CFC-11 in the subpolar North Atlantic Ocean

Tanhua, T.; Waugh, D.W.; Wallace, D.W.R
On the use of SF6 for estimation of anthropogenic CO2 in the upper ocean.

Smith, J.N. ; Smethie Jr., W.M.
129I Transport through the Labrador Sea in Denmark Strait Overflow Water

Bullister, J; Sonnerup, R; Wisegarver, D
The use of CFCs and Sulfur Hexafluoride to Better Constrain Estimates of Anthropogenic CO2 Uptake in the Ocean

Lachkar, Z.; Orr, J.; Dutay, J.-C.; Delecluse, P.
Antarctic Intermediate Water Formation and Anthropogenic CO2 Uptake

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