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Technical note 05 Feb 2015

Technical note | 05 Feb 2015

Technical Note: Maximising accuracy and minimising cost of a potentiometrically regulated ocean acidification simulation system

C. D. MacLeod et al.
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This article describes a low-cost, easily set-up ocean acidification simulation system that reliably mimics the effects of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide on seawater chemistry. The accessible design of this system, along with our suggestions for the validation of pH control and characterisation of seawater chemistry, will enable researchers on a limited budget to generate high-quality, repeatable data documenting the response of marine organisms to ocean acidification.
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