Changes in Marine Prokaryote Composition with Season and Depth Over an Arctic Polar Year

@inproceedings{Wilson2017ChangesIM,
  title={Changes in Marine Prokaryote Composition with Season and Depth Over an Arctic Polar Year},
  author={Bryan Wilson and O. M{\"u}ller and Eva-Lena Nordmann and Lena Seuthe and Gunnar Bratbak and Lise \Ovre{\aa}s},
  booktitle={Front. Mar. Sci.},
  year={2017}
}
As the global climate changes, the higher latitudes are seen to be warming significantly faster. It is likely that the Arctic biome will experience considerable shifts in ice melt season length, leading to changes in photoirradiance and in the freshwater inputs to the marine environment. The exchange of nutrients between Arctic surface and deep waters and their cycling throughout the water column is driven by seasonal change. The impacts, however, of the current global climate transition period… CONTINUE READING
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