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Column inventories of anthropogenic CO2 in the ocean. Dissolved old CO2 is lost to the atmosphere south of the Polar Front, where NADW wells up to the surface close to the coast (purplish colours); most of this old CO2 is not anthropogenic. The cold sinking Mode and Intermediate Waters north of the polar front (green colours) have extracted considerable anthropogenic CO2 from the atmosphere (from Sabine et al., 2004[1]).

  1. Sabine, C.L., ET AL. 2004. The Oceanic Sink for Anthropogenic CO2, Science, 305, 367-371.

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