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|Title:||Ecological and carbon sequestration role of mesopelagic organisms in the Southern Ocean|
|Investigator(s):|| Ben Scoulding
CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere - Hobart [details]
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|Shadwick (CSIRO O&A)||The Southern Ocean has a predominant role in the movement of heat and carbon dioxide into the ocean interior, moderating Earth’s average surface climate. The IMOS - SOTS moorings are designed to remotely and automatically measure these oceanographic processes under extreme conditions, where they are most intense and have been least studied. The atmosphere-ocean exchanges occur on many timescales, from daily insolation cycles to ocean basin decadal oscillations and thus high frequency observations sustained over many years are required. The current context of anthropogenic forcing of rapid climate change adds urgency to the work.|