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Siv Kari Lauvset

Siv Kari Lauvset

Senior Researcher

+47 56 10 75 33
Jahnebakken 5, 5007 Bergen, Norway

I'm a chemical oceanographer by background and my research focus is on analysis of the carbon cycle in the ocean, especially on changes in recent decades, but also on the reasons for, and mechanisms behind, these changes. I want to increase the understanding we have of the carbon cycle in the ocean, both its natural variabilities and anthropogenic changes, including how such changes will continue into the future. I use many tools in my research, both observational and model-based. It is very important that we have good observational data to answer societally important questions about the planet's carbon cycle and I am therefore engaged in several international research infrastructures, first among them the Integrated Carbon Observing System (ICOS) where I am coordinating the Norwegian node: ICOS Norway and OTC, a project funded by the Research Council of Norway.

Siv Kari Lauvset


Climate & Environment

Research themes

Ocean biogeochemistry
Ocean Aaidification

Research Groups

Earth Systems

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GLODAPv2.2022: the latest version of the global interior ocean biogeochemical data product – Earth System Science Data 2022
Observation-based Sea surface temperature trends in Atlantic large marine ecosystems – Progress in Oceanography 2022
Trender i havforsuring og antropogent karbon i de nordiske hav, Nordsjøen og Skagerrak – NORCE Norwegian Research Centre 2022
Global Carbon Budget 2021 – Earth System Science Data 2022
Decadal trends in Ocean Acidification from the Ocean Weather Station M in the Norwegian Sea – Journal of Marine Systems 2022
How Is the Ocean Anthropogenic Carbon Reservoir Filled? – Global Biogeochemical Cycles 2022
Best Practice Data Standards for Discrete Chemical Oceanographic Observations – Frontiers in Marine Science 2022
Acidification of the Nordic Seas – Biogeosciences 2022
Nordic Seas Heat Loss, Atlantic Inflow, and Arctic Sea Ice cover over the last century – Reviews of Geophysics 2022
Hvordan skal vi følge med på CO2 utslippene? – Klassekampen 2021
A vision for FAIR ocean data products – Communications Earth & Environment 2021
An updated version of the global interior ocean biogeochemical data product, GLODAPv2.2021 – Earth System Science Data 2021
Calcium carbonate dissolution patterns in the ocean – Nature Geoscience 2021
A Global Ocean Oxygen Database and Atlas for Assessing and Predicting Deoxygenation and Ocean Health in the Open and Coastal Ocean – Frontiers in Marine Science 2021
Integrated Ocean Carbon Research: A Summary of Ocean Carbon Research, and Vision of Coordinated Ocean Carbon Research and Observations for the Next Decade. [R. Wanninkhof, C. Sabine and S. Aricò (eds.)] – UNESCO, (IOC Technical Series, 158.) doi:10.25607/h0gj-pq41 2021
Preformed properties for marine organic matter and carbonate mineral cycling quantification – Global Biogeochemical Cycles 2021
Monitoring ocean acidification in Norwegian seas in 2019 – Miljødirektoratet 2020
Dissolved inorganic nutrients in the western Mediterranean Sea (2004–2017) – Earth System Science Data 2020
Current estimates of K1* and K2* appear inconsistent with measured CO2 system parameters in cold oceanic regions. – Ocean Science Journal 2020
An updated version of the global interior ocean biogeochemical data product, GLODAPv2.2020 – Earth System Science Data 2020
Seasonal Carbon Dynamics in the Near-Global Ocean – Global Biogeochemical Cycles 2020
Processes Driving Global Interior Ocean pH Distribution – Global Biogeochemical Cycles 2020
Winter weather controls net influx of atmospheric CO2 on the north-west European shelf – Scientific Reports 2019
Global carbon budget 2019 – Earth System Science Data 2019
Surface ocean pH and buffer capacity: past, present and future – Scientific Reports 2019
GLODAPv2.2019-an update of GLODAPv2 – Earth System Science Data 2019
The oceanic sink for anthropogenic CO2 from 1994 to 2007 – Science 2019
Sudden emergence of a shallow aragonite saturation horizon in the Southern Ocean – Nature Climate Change 2019
Reconciling Observation and Model Trends in North Atlantic Surface CO2 – Global Biogeochemical Cycles 2019
Karbonkretsløpet – 2grader C 2019
Constraining the oceanic uptake and fluxes of greenhouse gases by building an ocean network of certified stations: The ocean component of the Integrated Carbon Observation System, ICOS-Oceans – Frontiers in Marine Science 2019
A surface ocean CO2 reference network, SOCONET and associated marine boundary layer CO2 measurements – Frontiers in Marine Science 2019
En misforståelse oppklart – med Non Stop – Energi og Klima : Norsk klimastiftelses nettmagasin 2018
Continued warming, salinification and oxygenation of the Greenland Sea gyre – Tellus A: Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography 2018
Arctic Ocean CO2 uptake: An improved multiyear estimate of the air-sea CO2 flux incorporating chlorophyll a concentrations – Biogeosciences 2018
Mechanisms and early detections of multidecadal oxygen changes in the interior subpolar North Atlantic – Geophysical Research Letters 2018
Constraining Projection-Based Estimates of the Future North Atlantic Carbon Uptake – Journal of Climate 2018
Climate response to aerosol geoengineering: a multi-method comparison – Journal of Climate 2018
Inorganic Carbon and Water Masses in the Irminger Sea since 1991 – Biogeosciences 2018
Can Empirical Algorithms Successfully Estimate Aragonite Saturation State in the Subpolar North Atlantic? – Frontiers in Marine Science 2017
Havforsuringsovervåking i norske farvann i 2016 – Miljødirektoratet 2017
Climate engineering and the ocean: effects on biogeochemistry and primary production – Biogeosciences 2017
Havet har feber – 2grader C 2016
Overvåking av havforsuring i norske farvann i 2015 – Miljødirektoratet 2016
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