Analyzing the Impacts of Elevated-CO2 Levels on the Development of a Subtropical Zooplankton Community During Oligotrophic Conditions and Simulated Upwelling

@inproceedings{AlguerMuiz2019AnalyzingTI,
  title={Analyzing the Impacts of Elevated-CO2 Levels on the Development of a Subtropical Zooplankton Community During Oligotrophic Conditions and Simulated Upwelling},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Alguer{\'o}-Mu{\~n}iz and Henriette G. Horn and Santiago {\'A}lvarez-Fern{\'a}ndez and Carsten Spisla and Nicole Aberle and Lennart T Bach and Wanchun Guan and Eric P. Achterberg and Ulf Riebesell and Maarten Boersma},
  booktitle={Front. Mar. Sci.},
  year={2019}
}
Ocean acidification (OA) is affecting marine ecosystems through changes in carbonate chemistry that may influence consumers of phytoplankton, often via trophic pathways. Using a mesocosm approach, we investigated OA effects on a subtropical zooplankton community during oligotrophic, bloom, and post-bloom phases under a range of different pCO2 levels (from ~400 to ~1480 µatm). Furthermore, we simulated an upwelling event by adding 650 m-depth nutrient-rich water to the mesocosms, which initiated… CONTINUE READING
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