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Biogeochemical fluxes through mesozooplankton
Mesozooplankton are significant consumers of phytoplankton, and have a significant impact on the oceanic biogeochemical cycles of carbon and other elements. Their contribution to vertical particleExpand
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Seasonal and interannual dynamics of Calanus finmarchicus in the Gulf of Maine (Northeastern US shelf) with reference to the North Atlantic Oscillation
Abstract The Continuous Plankton Recorder and the Comprehensive Ocean–Atmosphere Data Set were used to study the temporal dynamics over 30 years of the Calanus finmarchicus surveys in the Gulf ofExpand
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A global diatom database – abundance, biovolume and biomass in the world ocean
Phytoplankton identification and abundance data are now commonly feeding plankton distribution databases worldwide. This study is a first attempt to compile the largest possible body of dataExpand
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The dominant influence of the Icelandic Low on the position of the Gulf Stream northwall
[1] The location where the Gulf Stream separates from the American coast and turns eastward is called its northwall. The interannual fluctuations of the northwall are significantly correlated withExpand
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Seasonal and interannual variability of chlorophyll-a in the Gulf of Oman compared to the open Arabian Sea regions
Field sampling, remote sensing and modelling were employed to understand the seasonal and interannual changes of chlorophyll-a concentrations in the Gulf of Oman in comparison to open sea regions. InExpand
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The occurrence of algal blooms in Omani coastal waters
Monthly sampling of phytoplankton, chlorophyll a, temperature, salinity and nutrients was carried out in the Sea of Oman and in the Arabian Sea, from 2004 and onwards. In addition to time seriesExpand
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Interannual Changes in the Sea of Oman Ecosystem
Historical data were used to estimate interannual tendencies for the Sea of Oman over the past 50 years. Declining trends were shown for the atmospheric surface level pressure in the region affectedExpand
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Multiscale variability of tropical ocean zooplankton biomass
variability on the scale of tens of kilometres, and high-resolution sampling was used to investigate variability of kilometre scale. In the multiscale variability of zooplankton biomass, the maximumExpand
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Mesoscale and Nutrient Conditions Associated with the Massive 2008 Cochlodinium polykrikoides Bloom in the Sea of Oman/Arabian Gulf
Cochlodinium polykrikoides formed large blooms in the coastal waters of Oman from October 2008 through mid-January 2009, and satellite images from Aqua-MODIS and region-wide reports suggest that thisExpand
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