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Reminder: Deadline approaching for abstract submission – The 3rd Xiamen Symposium on Marine Environmental Sciences (XMAS), 9-11 January 2017, Xiamen, China

The abstract submission deadline is 14 October 14 2016! The ocean system is undergoing rapid and dramatic changes in response to global climatic and regional anthropogenic forcings. These drivers, including primarily temperature rise, intensified stratification, ocean acidification, eutrophication, and ocean deoxygenation, may, or already has, lead to fundamental changes in marine biogeoch
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