[Coral-List] using bubbles to remove CO2 from reef water

Douglas Fenner douglasfennertassi at gmail.com
Sun May 1 00:57:51 EDT 2016

Protecting coral reefs with bubbles



Original article:

Bubble stripping as a tool to reduce high dissolved CO2 in coastal marine
ecosystems.  Environmental Science & Technology


not open-access, note author's email address

Douglas Fenner
Contractor for NOAA NMFS, and consultant
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