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Pacific decadal oscillation influences tropical oxygen minimum zone extent and obscures anthropogenic changes.

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Abstract

• PDO modulates tropical Pacific oxygen content and OMZ volume on decadal time scales. • The PDO-induced variations are of the same order of magnitude as the anthropogenic deoxygenation signal. • Currently available data are too sparse to resolve and isolate the PDO-induced and anthropogenic signals.
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hal-03869552 , version 1 (24-11-2022)

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Mathieu A. Poupon, Laure Resplandy, Marina Lévy, Laurent Bopp. Pacific decadal oscillation influences tropical oxygen minimum zone extent and obscures anthropogenic changes.. 2022. ⟨hal-03869552⟩
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