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   dcterms:title "Ocean Impacts Projected by High and Low Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emissions Scenarios"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "Impacts\r\non organisms and ecosystem services are shown—along with effects of acidification, warming, and sea level rise\r\non ocean physics and chemistry—for both a low CO2 emissions scenario (Representative Concentration Pathway\r\n[RCP]2.6), and for a high CO2 scenario (RCP8.5). (See Ch. 19: Future of the North American Carbon Cycle for RCP\r\nexplanations, p. 760.) Physical impacts on the ocean due to higher atmospheric CO2 levels are largely related to the\r\nclimatic effects of CO2 and other radiatively active, anthropogenically released gases. These impacts include higher\r\nsea levels and shallower oceanic mixing (right-side water column, shown by a taller water level and shallower light\r\naqua mixed layer). More severe risks of impacts from higher oceanic CO2 levels on ocean taxa (top group, black text)\r\nin higher CO2 emissions scenarios (center right) correspond to higher risks of impacts on ecosystem services (bottom\r\ngroup, white text, center right). Management options (i.e., activities that will mitigate, adapt, protect, or repair marine\r\nsystems) are more numerous and more effective in lower CO2 scenarios (far left) compared with those in a higher\r\nCO2 world (far right). [Figure source: Adapted from Gattuso et al., 2015.]"^^xsd:string;
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