Wei-Jun Cai
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The changing carbon cycle of the coastal ocean
JE Bauer, WJ Cai, PA Raymond, TS Bianchi, CS Hopkinson, ...
Nature 504 (7478), 61-70, 2013
7042013
Acidification of subsurface coastal waters enhanced by eutrophication
WJ Cai, X Hu, WJ Huang, MC Murrell, JC Lehrter, SE Lohrenz, WC Chou, ...
Nature geoscience 4 (11), 766-770, 2011
6772011
Estuarine and Coastal Ocean Carbon Paradox: CO2 Sinks or Sites of Terrestrial Carbon Incineration?
WJ Cai
Annual Review of Marine Science 3, 123-145, 2011
5572011
The chemistry, fluxes, and sources of carbon dioxide in the estuarine waters of the Satilla and Altamaha Rivers, Georgia
WJ Cai, Y Wang
Limnology and Oceanography 43 (4), 657-668, 1998
4781998
Air‐sea exchange of carbon dioxide in ocean margins: A province‐based synthesis
WJ Cai, M Dai, Y Wang
Geophysical Research Letters 33 (12), 2006
3402006
The biogeochemistry of inorganic carbon and nutrients in the Pearl River estuary and the adjacent Northern South China Sea
WJ Cai, M Dai, Y Wang, W Zhai, T Huang, S Chen, F Zhang, Z Chen, ...
Continental Shelf Research 24 (12), 1301-1319, 2004
2622004
Mesoscale eddies drive increased silica export in the subtropical Pacific Ocean
CR Benitez-Nelson, RR Bidigare, TD Dickey, MR Landry, CL Leonard, ...
Science 316 (5827), 1017-1021, 2007
2312007
Decrease in the CO2 uptake capacity in an ice-free Arctic Ocean basin
WJ Cai, L Chen, B Chen, Z Gao, SH Lee, J Chen, D Pierrot, K Sullivan, ...
Science 329 (5991), 556-559, 2010
2252010
Oxygen penetration depths and fluxes in marine sediments
WJ Cai, FL Sayles
Marine Chemistry 52 (2), 123-131, 1996
2131996
High partial pressure of CO2 and its maintaining mechanism in a subtropical estuary: the Pearl River estuary, China
W Zhai, M Dai, WJ Cai, Y Wang, Z Wang
Marine Chemistry 93 (1), 21-32, 2005
1952005
Oxygen depletion in the upper reach of the Pearl River estuary during a winter drought
M Dai, X Guo, W Zhai, L Yuan, B Wang, L Wang, P Cai, T Tang, WJ Cai
Marine chemistry 102 (1-2), 159-169, 2006
1892006
Comparison of hypoxia among four river-dominated ocean margins: The Changjiang (Yangtze), Mississippi, Pearl, and Rhone rivers
C Rabouille, DJ Conley, MH Dai, WJ Cai, CTA Chen, B Lansard, R Green, ...
Continental Shelf Research 28 (12), 1527-1537, 2008
1842008
Carbon dioxide degassing and inorganic carbon export from a marsh‐dominated estuary (the Duplin River): A marsh CO2 pump
ZA Wang, WJ Cai
Limnology and Oceanography 49 (2), 341-354, 2004
1842004
Eutrophication Induced CO2-Acidification of Subsurface Coastal Waters: Interactive Effects of Temperature, Salinity, and Atmospheric PCO2
WG Sunda, WJ Cai
Environmental Science & Technology 46 (19), 10651-10659, 2012
1772012
A multi-decade record of high-quality fCO (2) data in version 3 of the Surface Ocean CO2 Atlas (SOCAT)
DCE Bakker, B Pfeil, CS Landa, N Metzl, KM O'brien, A Olsen, K Smith, ...
Earth System Science Data 8, 383-413, 2016
1762016
Carbon sequestration in wetland dominated coastal systems—a global sink of rapidly diminishing magnitude
CS Hopkinson, WJ Cai, X Hu
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4 (2), 186-194, 2012
1742012
A comparative overview of weathering intensity and HCO3− flux in the world's major rivers with emphasis on the Changjiang, Huanghe, Zhujiang (Pearl) and Mississippi Rivers
WJ Cai, X Guo, CTA Chen, M Dai, L Zhang, W Zhai, SE Lohrenz, K Yin, ...
Continental Shelf Research 28 (12), 1538-1549, 2008
1702008
Riverine inorganic carbon flux and rate of biological uptake in the Mississippi River plume
WJ Cai
Geophysical Research Letters 30 (2), 2003
1682003
The role of marsh‐dominated heterotrophic continental margins in transport of CO2 between the atmosphere, the land‐sea interface and the ocean
WJ Cai, ZA Wang, Y Wang
Geophysical Research Letters 30 (16), 2003
1612003
Oxygen and carbon dioxide mass balance for the estuarine‐intertidal marsh complex of five rivers in the southeastern US
WJ Cai, LR Pomeroy, MA Moran, Y Wang
Limnology and Oceanography 44 (3), 639-649, 1999
1591999
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