Ocean Deoxygenation in the Gulf stream of the Atlantic Ocean
I have four peer-reviewed articles from my paper on ocean deoxygenation and need a review-of-the-literature paper written. These are the guidelines, I have already written some.
Presentation of the literature: 8-20 paragraphs presenting the findings of the research, not a summary of the entire research for each article
Discussion of comparison and contrast of findings within the research articles you read: 6-10 paragraphs.
Research dilemmas presented by the individual research papers: discuss to the extent you can: 2-10 paragraphs
A summation of the conclusions of the researchers of each research article:4+ paragraphs.
Continued research needed in the area of your search: what do the researchers say? What do you conclude? 2 separate sections: at least 2 paragraphs
Conclusions: what did you learn? What do you still want to learn about the topic researched? What will it take in terms of research or study related to how you answer the above questions–in #8? 4+ paragraphs
Addendum: In personal style, not APA, write what you got out of this assignment personally: related to your research project topic, related to personal gain of information, related to anything else you would like to include: 3+ paragraphs
These are the four articles.
Shepherd, J. G., Brewer, P. G., Oschlies, A., & Watson, A. J. (2017, September 13). Ocean ventilation and deoxygenation in a warming world: Introduction and overview. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5559423/ PMCID: PMC5559423
D, L., & M, B. J. (1970, January 01). Ocean deoxygenation: Everyone’s problem. Retrieved from https://portals.iucn.org/library/node/48892
Hopkins, F. E., Suntharalingam, P., Gehlen, M., Andrews, O., Archer, S. D., Bopp, L., . . . Williamson, P. (2020, May). The impacts of ocean acidification on marine trace gases and the implications for atmospheric chemistry and climate. Retrieved May 13, 2020, from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7277135/
Nicolas, G., Nicolas Gruber Google Scholar, & Al., E. (2011, May 28). Warming up, turning
sour, losing breath: Ocean biogeochemistry under global change. Retrieved from