Temperature (°C)

Figure 6.8 CO. sea water phase diagram. CO. is stable in the liquid phase when temperature and pressure (increasing with ocean depth) fall in the region below the blue curve; a gas phase is stable under conditions above the blue dashed line. In contact with sea water and at temperature and pressure in the shaded region, CO. reacts with sea water to from a solid ice-like hydrate CO.6H.O. CO. will dissolve in sea water that is not saturated with CO.. The red line shows how temperature varies with depth at a site off the coast of California; liquid and hydrated CO. can exist below about 400 m (Brewer et al., .004).

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