From coastal waters to the open ocean : Dimethylated sulfur compounds in the SW Baltic Sea, the SE Pacific Ocean, and the SW Indian Ocean

This thesis provides new perspectives which can improve our understanding of the temporal (coastal and shelf regions) and spatial (shelf and open ocean regions) distributions of the climate-relevant trace gas DMS and related sulfur compounds DMSP and DMSO. Accurately capturing their variabilities and the controlling factors in the water column is key to quantifying DMS emissions and estimating the impact of DMS on the climate and, in turn, how changing environmental conditions can impact DMS cycling and exchange in the future.


Use and reproduction:

CC BY 4.0

Please note that individual components of the publication may be subject to other licensing or copyright conditions.


Citation style:
Could not load citation form.