Anthropogenic climate change drives shift and shuffle in North Atlantic phytoplankton communities.

@article{Barton2016AnthropogenicCC,
  title={Anthropogenic climate change drives shift and shuffle in North Atlantic phytoplankton communities.},
  author={Andrew Dennis Barton and Andrew J Irwin and Zoe V. Finkel and Charles A Stock},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2016},
  volume={113 11},
  pages={
          2964-9
        }
}
Anthropogenic climate change has shifted the biogeography and phenology of many terrestrial and marine species. Marine phytoplankton communities appear sensitive to climate change, yet understanding of how individual species may respond to anthropogenic climate change remains limited. Here, using historical environmental and phytoplankton observations, we characterize the realized ecological niches for 87 North Atlantic diatom and dinoflagellate taxa and project changes in species biogeography… CONTINUE READING

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