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Processes of coastal ecosystem carbon sequestration and approaches for increasing carbon sink
Zhang Yao1; Zhao MeiXun2; Cui Qiu3; Fan Wei; Qi JiaGuo4; Chen Ying4; Zhang YongYu3; Gao KunShan1; Fan JingFeng5; Wang GuangYi6; Yan ChongLing7; Lu HaoLiang7; Luo YaWei1; Zhang ZiLian1; Zheng Qiang1; Xiao Wei1; Jiao NianZhi1
2017-05-01
Source PublicationSCIENCE CHINA-EARTH SCIENCES
Volume60Issue:5Pages:809-820
AbstractThe oceans are the largest carbon pools on Earth, and play the role of a "buffer" in climate change. Blue carbon, the carbon (mainly organic carbon) captured by marine ecosystems, is one of the important mechanisms of marine carbon storage. Blue carbon was initially recognized only in the form of visible coastal plant carbon sequestration. In fact, microorganisms (phytoplankton, bacteria, archaea, viruses, and protozoa), which did not receive much attention in the past, account for more than 90% of the total marine biomass and are the main contributors to blue carbon. Chinese coastal seas, equivalent to 1/3 of China's total land area, have a huge carbon sink potential needing urgently research and development. In this paper, we focus on the processes and mechanisms of coastal ocean's carbon sequestration and the approaches for increasing that sequestration. We discuss the structures of coastal ecosystems, the processes of carbon cycle, and the mechanisms of carbon sequestration. Using the evolution of coastal ocean's carbon sinks in sedimentary records over geologic times, we also discuss the possible effects of natural processes and anthropogenic activities on marine carbon sinks. Finally, we discuss the prospect of using carbon sequestration engineering for increasing coastal ocean's carbon storage capacity.
SubtypeReview
KeywordCoastal Ocean's Carbon Sink Mechanism For Increasing Carbon Sink Microorganism Climate Change
WOS HeadingsScience & Technology ; Physical Sciences
DOI10.1007/s11430-016-9010-9
WOS KeywordSOUTH CHINA SEA ; DISSOLVED ORGANIC-MATTER ; ANOXYGENIC PHOTOTROPHIC BACTERIA ; CYCLONIC EDDY PERTURBATIONS ; COMMUNITY STRUCTURE ; ATLANTIC-OCEAN ; NORTH-ATLANTIC ; SARGASSO SEA ; GLOBAL OCEAN ; DIVERSITY
Indexed BySCI
Language英语
WOS Research AreaGeology
Funding OrganizationNational Key Research Programs(2013CB955700 ; National Natural Science Foundation of China(41422603 ; National Programme on Global Change and Air-Sea Interaction(GASI-03-01-02-03) ; 2016YFA0601400) ; 41676125 ; 91428308)
WOS SubjectGeosciences, Multidisciplinary
WOS IDWOS:000400551600001
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Cited Times:7[WOS]   [WOS Record]     [Related Records in WOS]
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.qibebt.ac.cn/handle/337004/9622
Collection海洋碳汇与能源微生物研究组
Affiliation1.State Key Lab Marine Environm Sci, Xiamen 361100, Peoples R China
2.Ocean Univ China, Key Lab Marine Chem Theory & Technol, Minist Educ, Qingdao 266101, Peoples R China
3.Chinese Acad Sci, Qingdao Inst Bioenergy & Bioproc Technol, Qingdao 266101, Peoples R China
4.Zhejiang Univ, Ocean Coll, Zhoushan 316021, Peoples R China
5.Natl Marine Environm Monitoring Ctr, Dalian 116023, Peoples R China
6.Tianjin Univ, Sch Environm Sci & Engn, Tianjin 300387, Peoples R China
7.Xiamen Univ, Coll Environm & Ecol, Xiamen 361100, Peoples R China
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Zhang Yao,Zhao MeiXun,Cui Qiu,et al. Processes of coastal ecosystem carbon sequestration and approaches for increasing carbon sink[J]. SCIENCE CHINA-EARTH SCIENCES,2017,60(5):809-820.
APA Zhang Yao.,Zhao MeiXun.,Cui Qiu.,Fan Wei.,Qi JiaGuo.,...&Jiao NianZhi.(2017).Processes of coastal ecosystem carbon sequestration and approaches for increasing carbon sink.SCIENCE CHINA-EARTH SCIENCES,60(5),809-820.
MLA Zhang Yao,et al."Processes of coastal ecosystem carbon sequestration and approaches for increasing carbon sink".SCIENCE CHINA-EARTH SCIENCES 60.5(2017):809-820.
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