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Also, there is evidence that the oceans' update of CO2 is slowing.

Not so much, actually.

All-in-all, the paper says that we don't yet know if the carbon uptake rate is changing or not. From the conclusions:

However, analysis of trends in the airborne fraction, as described in this study and elsewhere [Le Quéré et al. 2009; Canadell et al. 2007], are insufficient to make firm conclusions about whether the land and ocean uptake of anthropogenic carbon have slowed-down due to recent climate change. As pointed out by Gloor et al. (2010), trends in the airborne fraction are not identical with changes in the ocean and land carbon sinks.

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Referencing Frolicher et al. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/gbc.20028/abstrac...
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