Biogeosciences Synergistic effects of iron and temperature on Antarctic phytoplankton and microzooplankton assemblages

@inproceedings{Rose2009BiogeosciencesSE,
  title={Biogeosciences Synergistic effects of iron and temperature on Antarctic phytoplankton and microzooplankton assemblages},
  author={Julie M. Rose and Yuanyuan Feng and G. Ditullio and Robert B. Dunbar and C. Hare and P A Lee and Maeve C. Lohan and Matthew Long and Walker O. Smith and Bettina M. Sohst and Sasha Tozzi and Yaohong Zhang and David A. Hutchins},
  year={2009}
}
Iron availability and temperature are important limiting factors for the biota in many areas of the world ocean, and both have been predicted to change in future climate scenarios. However, the impacts of combined changes in these two key factors on microbial trophic dynamics and nutrient cycling are unknown. We examined the relative effects of iron addition (+1 nM) and increased temperature (+4C) on plankton assemblages of the Ross Sea, Antarctica, a region characterized by annual algal blooms… CONTINUE READING
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