Frank J. Millero

University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL 
Biogeochemistry, Geochemistry
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Woosley RJ, Millero FJ. (2020) Freshening of the western Arctic negates anthropogenic carbon uptake potential Limnology and Oceanography. 65: 1834-1846
Carter BR, Feely RA, Wanninkhof R, et al. (2019) Pacific Anthropogenic Carbon Between 1991 and 2017 Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 33: 597-617
Quéré CL, Andrew RM, Friedlingstein P, et al. (2017) Global Carbon Budget 2017 (in open review for Earth System Science Data). doi: 10.5194/essd-2017-123 Earth System Science Data
Quere CL, Andrew RM, Friedlingstein P, et al. (2017) Global Carbon Budget 2017 Earth System Science Data. 10: 405-448
Carter BR, Feely RA, Mecking S, et al. (2017) Two decades of Pacific anthropogenic carbon storage and ocean acidification along Global Ocean Ship‐based Hydrographic Investigations Program sections P16 and P02 Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 31: 306-327
Quere CL, Andrew RM, Canadell JG, et al. (2016) Global Carbon Budget 2016 Earth System Science Data. 8: 605-649
Bakker DCE, Pfeil B, Landa CS, et al. (2016) A multi-decade record of high-quality fCO2 data in version 3 of the Surface Ocean CO2 Atlas (SOCAT) Earth System Science Data. 8: 383-413
Rodriguez C, Huang F, Millero FJ. (2016) Corrigendum to "The partial molal volume and compressibility of Tris and Tris-HCl in water and 0.725m NaCl as a function of temperature," [Deep-Sea Res. I 104 (2015) 41-51] Deep-Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers
Millero FJ, Huang F. (2016) The Partial Molal Volumes and Compressibilities of Nonelectrolytes and Amino Acids in 0.725 m NaCl Aquatic Geochemistry. 22: 1-16
Woosley RJ, Millero FJ, Wanninkhof R. (2016) Rapid anthropogenic changes in CO2 and pH in the Atlantic Ocean: 2003-2014 Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 30: 70-90
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