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Biogeosciences, 14, 5551-5569, 2017
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Research article 08 Dec 2017

Research article | 08 Dec 2017

Empirical methods for the estimation of Southern Ocean CO2: support vector and random forest regression

Luke Gregor et al.
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We use machine learning to extrapolate ship measurements of CO2 using satellite data. We present two ML methods new to this field. These methods perform well in the context of previous work and reproduce the decadal trends of previous estimates. To test the methods, we simulate the exact observed setup in biogeochemical ocean model output. We show that the new methods perform well in synthetic data. Lastly, we show that there is only a weak bias due to undersampling in the SOCAT v3 dataset.
We use machine learning to extrapolate ship measurements of CO2 using satellite data. We present...
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