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Marine Ecology Progress Series, ISSN 0171-8630, 12/2008, Volume 373, pp. 249 - 256
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Marine Ecology Progress Series, ISSN 0171-8630, 12/2008, Volume 373, pp. 295 - 302
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Marine Ecology Progress Series, ISSN 0171-8630, 12/2008, Volume 373, pp. 219 - 226
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Marine Ecology Progress Series, ISSN 0171-8630, 12/2008, Volume 373, pp. 239 - 248
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Marine Ecology Progress Series, ISSN 0171-8630, 12/2008, Volume 373, pp. 257 - 264
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Marine Ecology Progress Series, ISSN 0171-8630, 12/2008, Volume 373, pp. 203 - 218
Ocean warming and acidification occur at global scales and, in the case of temperature, have already caused shifts in marine ecosystem composition and... 
Hypercapnia | Climate change | Animals | THEME SECTION: Effects of ocean acidification on marine ecosystems | Oceans | Carbon dioxide | Marine ecosystems | Hypoxia | Physiological regulation | Ocean acidification | Sea water
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Marine Ecology Progress Series, ISSN 0171-8630, 12/2008, Volume 373, pp. 285 - 294
The world’s oceans are slowly becoming more acidic. In the last 150 yr, the pH of the oceans has dropped by ~0.1 units, which is equivalent to a 25% increase... 
Larvae | THEME SECTION: Effects of ocean acidification on marine ecosystems | Oceans | Mortality | Acidification | Marine ecosystems | Ocean acidification | Echinoderms | Larval development | Sea water
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Marine Ecology Progress Series, ISSN 0171-8630, 12/2008, Volume 373, pp. 303 - 309
Ocean acidification and associated changes in seawater carbonate chemistry negatively influence calcification processes and depress metabolism in many... 
Hypercapnia | THEME SECTION: Effects of ocean acidification on marine ecosystems | Oceans | Cuttlefish | Carbon dioxide | Calcium carbonates | Metabolism | Invertebrates | Sea water | Cephalopods | Animal physiology
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09/2011, ISBN 047074765X, 36
This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction The Basis and Purpose of Marine Monitoring Some Considerations around Classical Chemical Monitoring and... 
Co‐ordinated Environmental Monitoring Programme (CEMP) ‐ monitoring concentrations, effects of selected contaminants and nutrients in marine environment | sample collection, and immediate handling ‐ appropriate assessment of status and trends | undertaking classical chemical monitoring ‐ for hazardous substances, determination of salinity or nutrient assessment | ultimate objective of marine monitoring ‐ spatial and/or temporal | classical chemical monitoring ‐ measurements using different techniques | output from three OSPAR monitoring programmes ‐ annual theme‐specific assessments and occasional holistic assessments | Comprehensive Study on Riverine Inputs and Direct Discharges (RID) ‐ assessing input of selected contaminants to OSPAR maritime area | marine monitoring, meeting ‐ local, national and international commitments | types of monitoring ‐ classical chemical monitoring of marine environment | concentration of PCBs, in fish liver, nitrate in seawater ‐ assessing status of seas | Classical chemical monitoring - measurements using different techniques | Co-ordinated Environmental Monitoring Programme (CEMP) - monitoring concentrations, effects of selected contaminants and nutrients in marine environment | Comprehensive Study on Riverine Inputs and Direct Discharges (RID) - assessing input of selected contaminants to OSPAR maritime area | Concentration of PCBs, in fish liver, nitrate in seawater - assessing status of seas | Types of monitoring - classical chemical monitoring of marine environment | Marine monitoring, meeting - local, national and international commitments | Undertaking classical chemical monitoring - for hazardous substances, determination of salinity or nutrient assessment | Output from three OSPAR monitoring programmes - annual theme-specific assessments and occasional holistic assessments | Ultimate objective of marine monitoring - spatial and/or temporal | Sample collection, and immediate handling - appropriate assessment of status and trends
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New Literary History, ISSN 0028-6087, 2016, Volume 47, Issue 2, pp. 377 - 397
"4 Indeed, one of the first general books to be written on the problem of anthropogenic climate change around the time of the publication of the Fourth... 
Nature | Human beings | Philosophical anthropology | Latour, Bruno | Animal nature | Effect of human beings on | Kant, Immanuel | 1724-1804 | CLIMATE-CHANGE | VIRUSES | LITERATURE | moral philosophers | global warming | environmental crisis | humanities | nature | themes and figures | Humanities | Analysis | Climatic changes | Science | Climate change | Silence | Greenhouse effect
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SubStance, ISSN 0049-2426, 1/2012, Volume 41, Issue 1, pp. 15 - 29
To "globe the earth" might also mean the objective fact that human activities leading to climate change have demonstrated that the earth is and always has been... 
Earth | Nature | Climate change | Artificial satellites | World literature | Globalization | Humans | World Wide Web | Teaching world literature | Poetry | LITERATURE | globalization | earth | themes and figures | world literature | financial crisis | Internet | climate change | Religion | Genomes | Photographs | Christianity | Essays | Bankruptcy
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