pCO2 Data from Survey CE18006 Anglerfish and Megrim Trawl Survey 2018

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pC02 is the partial pressure of CO2 in a liquid or gas. In oceanography, it is used to investigate carbon dioxide (CO2) dissolved in the surface layers of the ocean in order to better understand changes in ocean carbon chemistry and ocean acidification due to enhanced atmospheric CO2. The RV Celtic Explorer has a pCO2 Underway System. pC02 data was collected during the CE18006 (Anglerfish and Megrim Trawl Survey) survey on board the RV Celtic Explorer in April 2018 by the Marine Institute (MI) in the North East Atlantic Ocean. Collect pCO2 data (partial pressure of CO2 in a liquid or gas) to investigate carbon dioxide (CO2) dissolved in the surface layers of the ocean which contributes towards our understand of changes in ocean carbon chemistry and ocean acidification due to enhanced atmospheric CO2.

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Date released 2020-03-09
Date updated 2020-03-09
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Spatial Reference Systems (SRS) WGS 84 (EPSG:3857)
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Period of time covered (begin) 2018-04-10
Period of time covered (end) 2018-04-21

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