alexa New Satellite Maps Reveal Global Ocean Alkalinity

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New Satellite Maps Reveal Global Ocean Alkalinity

Innovative techniques that use satellites to monitor ocean acidification are set to revolutionize the way that scientists study the Earth’s oceans. This new approach offers remote monitoring of large swathes of inaccessible ocean from satellites, including ESA’s Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS) mission.

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Temperature and salinity measurements (averaged between 2010 and 2014) from several satellites, including ESA’s SMOS mission, have been used to map ocean alkalinity, the ability of a solution to neutralize acids and thus resist to changes in pH. Image credit: Ifremer / ESA / CNES.

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