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Levin, L.A., and D.L. Breitburg. 2015. Linking Coasts and Seas to Address Ocean Deoxygenation. Nature Climate Change, 5:401-403. https://doi.org/10.1038/nclimate2595

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Accelerated oxygen loss in both coastal and open oceans is generating complex biological responses; future understanding and management will require holistic integration of currently fragmented oxygen observation and research programmes.

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