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Characterization of Carbon Matter in Ocean Ecosystems

Figure 7

This figure appears in the Our Changing Planet: The U.S. Climate Change Science Program for Fiscal Year 2007 report.

These data compare two algorithms used to infer the global climatology. Chlorophyll a concentrations differ, approaching 100% at high latitudes. The right-hand panel shows the global estimate of colored dissolved organic material (CDOM). Credit: D.A. Siegel, University of California, Santa Barbara; S. Maritorena, University of California, Santa Barbara; N.B. Nelson, University of California, Santa Barbara; M.J. Behrenfeld, Oregon State University; and C.R. McClain NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center (reproduced from Geophysical Research Letters with permission from the American Geophysical Union).

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