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DEFRApH - Sample collection and handling procedures

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All chemical and biogeochemical process in the sea are affected by the acidity of the water. Acidity is therefore fundamental property of seawater. The growing concern that the acidity of the oceans might be increasing has revealed weaknesses in our knowledge of this fundamental property and its variation in space and time. In 2008 the DEFRApH project (DEFRA contract ME4133) was initiated to provide this missing information in UK related waters. It required sampling for and analysis of the total inorganic carbon and total alkalinity content of samples. This reports documents the procedures sued for sampling. A companion document Hartman Dumousseaud and Roberts (NOC Internal Document No. 01) describes in detail the analytical procedures used and the calculation of the results.

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Hydes, D.J. (2011) DEFRApH - Sample collection and handling procedures , Southampton, UK National Oceanography Centre 20pp. (National Oceanography Centre Internal Document, 2).

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Published date: August 2011
Additional Information: Deposited at authors request.
Keywords: Mercuric Chloride, Preservation, Safety, Sample collection, Total alkalinity, Total inorganic carbon, Transportation
Organisations: Marine Biogeochemistry

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Local EPrints ID: 195435
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/195435
PURE UUID: 481dea31-04d4-49be-b9a6-e8210e106368

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Date deposited: 19 Aug 2011 15:01
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 11:24

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