surface_partial_pressure_of_carbon_dioxide_abiotic_analogue_in_sea_water

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Created: Oct. 9, 2018
Proposer: Roy Lowry / Jim Orr
Proposed Date: 2018-10-05
Update description of 'partial pressure' for consistency with new 'fugacity' name.
Change Date: Oct. 9, 2018, 3:13 p.m.
Term: surface_partial_pressure_of_carbon_dioxide_abiotic_analogue_in_sea_water
Unit: Pa
Unit ref: PASX
AMIP:
GRIB:
The surface called "surface" means the lower boundary of the atmosphere. The chemical formula for carbon dioxide is CO2. In ocean biogeochemistry models, an "abiotic analogue" is used to simulate the effect on a modelled variable when biological effects on ocean carbon concentration and alkalinity are ignored. The partial pressure of a dissolved gas in sea water is the partial pressure in air with which it would be in equilibrium. The partial pressure of a gaseous constituent of air is the pressure which it alone would exert with unchanged temperature and number of moles per unit volume.
Change Date: Oct. 9, 2018, 3:15 p.m.
Term: surface_partial_pressure_of_carbon_dioxide_abiotic_analogue_in_sea_water
Unit: Pa
Unit ref: PASX
AMIP:
GRIB:
The surface called "surface" means the lower boundary of the atmosphere. The chemical formula for carbon dioxide is CO2. In ocean biogeochemistry models, an "abiotic analogue" is used to simulate the effect on a modelled variable when biological effects on ocean carbon concentration and alkalinity are ignored. The partial pressure of a dissolved gas in sea water is the partial pressure in air with which it would be in equilibrium. The partial pressure of a gaseous constituent of air is the pressure that it would exert if all other gaseous constituents were removed, assuming the volume, the temperature, and its number of moles remain unchanged.
Change Date: Oct. 9, 2018, 3:16 p.m.
Term: surface_partial_pressure_of_carbon_dioxide_abiotic_analogue_in_sea_water
Unit: Pa
Unit ref: PASX
AMIP:
GRIB:
The chemical formula for carbon dioxide is CO2. In ocean biogeochemistry models, an "abiotic analogue" is used to simulate the effect on a modelled variable when biological effects on ocean carbon concentration and alkalinity are ignored. The partial pressure of a dissolved gas in sea water is the partial pressure in air with which it would be in equilibrium. The partial pressure of a gaseous constituent of air is the pressure that it would exert if all other gaseous constituents were removed, assuming the volume, the temperature, and its number of moles remain unchanged.