Organic carbon and carbonate fluxes: Links to climate change

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This volume is a compendium of articles derived from a Chapman conference entitled "The Role of Marine Organic Carbon and Carbonate Fluxes in Driving Global Climate Change, Past and Future", which was held at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in July, 2005. The conference divided the topic into units as follows: concepts and models, production of particulate matter, fluxes through the water column, and sediment record of past fluxes. The volume follows this 'vertically stratified' approach, and we use the same units to organize the articles. The Chapman conference on which this volume is based was made possible by support from The American Geophysical Union (Chapman Conference Program), the National Science Foundation, The Ocean and Climate Change Institute at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and the Analytical Center for Climate and Environmental Change at Northern Illinois University. We extend special thanks to Terry Joyce at the Ocean and Climate Change Institute for his administrative help. Also, we particularly appreciated the hard work of Andrew Daly at WHOI and Melissa Ficek at AGU who managed the conference details, making it a pleasant event.The articles in this volume benefited from evaluations given by a dedicated, and most helpful, group of reviewers. It was gratifying to reach out to the community and receive such a valuable contribution of thought and expertise. We gratefully acknowledge our reviewers. Finally, we acknowledge the help and advice of John Milliman, editor for Deep-Sea Research II, who helped us attain the high standards of publication with the journal. (c) 2007 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.


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DOI 10.1016/j.dsr2.2007.02.001