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Dimethyl Sulfide

Material in this section originates from the following categories in our Subject Index:

Aerosols (Biological: Aquatic, DMS)
Dimethyl Sulfide
Feedback Factors (Dimethylsulfide)
Oceans (Dimethyl Sulfide)


Material preceded by an asterisk (*) was posted after this subject summary was written and therefore is not included in the summary.  This material will be integrated into the summary at a later date.

Summary


* -- On the Climatic Benefits of Antarctic Polynyas

* -- Effects of Declining Arctic Sea Ice on Biogenic Sulfate Aerosols

Modeled Warming-Induced Changes in Oceanic DMS Production

Improving the Quantification of Oceanic DMS and DMSP

Oceanic Dimethylsulfide Production in a CO2-Enriched and Warmer World

Dimethylsulfide, Global Warming and the Arctic Ocean

Another Test of the CLAW Hypothesis

Marine Ecosystem Response to "Ocean Acidification" Due to Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment

Dimethylsulfide Production in the North Pacific Ocean

Elevated Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations Enhance Marine Production of DMS and CH2CII

Marine Phytoplankton and Clouds

Climatic Effects on Oceanic DMS Producers

Atmospheric DMS in Relation to Local Coral Cover

DMS and DMSP Associated with Great Barrier Reef Corals

The Capacity of Man and Nature to Control Climate Change

The World's Oceans Possess Not One CLAW, But Two

Demise of "The CLAW" Greatly Exaggerated

More Evidence that Algae Help to Regulate Earth's Climate

Aquatic Algae Are An Important Part of Earth's "Bio-Thermostat"

Dimethyl Sulfide: It's Role in Stabilizing Earth's Climate

Signs of One of the "Living Thermostats" that Moderate Climate Change

Adding to Our Knowledge of the Global-Ocean Biophysical Thermostat