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06 Jul 12 - 12:28
The connections between ocean and atmosphere
How the ocean absorbs CO2

The Southern Ocean is a sponge for carbon dioxide. Here, Australian oceanographer and Southern Ocean specialist Steve Rintoul explains how the ocean absorbs CO2.

A scientist at CSIRO and the Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems Cooperative Research centre, he was interviewed in January, 2012 aboard the Australian Government's Antarctic re-supply vessel, Aurora Australis by PhD student Nick Roden.

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