Cristina Sobrino

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BACKGROUND Human activities have increased atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide by 36% during the past 200 years. One third of all anthropogenic CO(2) has been absorbed by the oceans, reducing pH by about 0.1 of a unit and significantly altering their carbonate chemistry. There is widespread concern that these changes are altering marine habitats(More)
C. Olabarria (colabarria@uvigo.es), I. Gestoso and C. Sobrino, Depto de Ecolox í a e Biolox í a Animal, Univ. de Vigo, Campus LagoasMarcosende, ES-36310 Vigo, Spain. – F. Arenas, M. Rubal, P. Veiga and F. Vaz-Pinto, Lab. of Coastal Biodiversity, Interdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research (CIIMAR), Univ. of Porto, Rua dos Bragas 289,(More)
Background: Human activities have increased atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide by 36% during the past 200 years. One third of all anthropogenic C02 has been absorbed by the oceans, reducing pH by about 0.1 of a unit and significantly altering their carbonate chemistry. There is widespread concern that these changes are altering marine habitats(More)
Here it is reported the first detection of DV-chl a together with the usual chl a in the marine dinoflagellate Alexandrium ostenfeldii from the Baltic Sea. Growth response and photosynthetic parameters were examined at two irradiances (80 and 240 μmol photons m(-2) s(-1)) and temperatures (15 °C and 19 °C) in a divinylic strain (AOTV-OS20) versus a(More)
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