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|Gorshkov V.G. (1996) Biogenic sources and sinks of excess atmospheric CO2. Geochemistry International, 34(8), 691-698.||The oceanic biota affects the CO2 concentration change in the environment through negative feedbacks, absorbing carbon from the atmosphere. Biological production of the dissolved organic carbon in the ocean has increased about 20 times during the industrial era and now accounts for about 5% of the net primary production of the ocean. All results were obtained using available data on prebomb and postbomb 14C distribution in organic and inorganic dissolved carbon in the ocean.||
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