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Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton


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  • Cai, W. J., Bates, N. R., Guo, L., Anderson, L. G., Mathis, J., Wanninkhof, R., Hansell, D. A., Chen, L., & Semiletov, I. (2014). Carbon Fluxes across Boundaries in the Pacific Sector of the Arctic Ocean in a Changing Environment. In J. M. Grebmeier, & W. Maslowski (Eds.), The Pacific Arctic Sector: Ecosystem Status and Trends in a rapidly changing environment (pp. 199-222). Springer.
  • Baker, M., Ramirez-Llodra, E., Tyler, P., & et al (2010). Biogeography, ecology, and vulnerability of chemosynthetic ecosystems in the deep sea. In A. McIntyre (Ed.), Life in the World's Oceans: Diversity, Distribution and Abundance (pp. 161-182). Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Baker, M., Bett, B., & Horton, T. (2006). DC-UK: deep-sea conservation for the UK. In M. E. Charlesworth (Ed.), Marine and coastal photographs and videos : their availability, uses and curation: report for the Marine Environmental Data Action Group of the Inter-Agency Committee on Marine Science and Technology (IACMST) (pp. 37). (IACMST Information Document; No. 13). Inter-Agency Committee on Marine Science and Technology (IACMST).
  • Baker, M. C., & Bett, B. J. (2002). Deep sea mud. In S. Gubbay (Ed.), The Offshore Directory: review of a selection of habitats, communities and species of the north-east Atlantic (pp. 77-87). Worldwide Fund for Nature.




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