Diel vertical migration : Ecological controls and impacts on the biological pump in a one-dimensional ocean model

@inproceedings{Bianchi2013DielVM,
  title={Diel vertical migration : Ecological controls and impacts on the biological pump in a one-dimensional ocean model},
  author={D. Bianchi and Charles A. Stock and Eric D Galbraith and Jorge Louis Sarmiento},
  year={2013}
}
[1] Diel vertical migration (DVM) of zooplankton and micronekton is widespread in the ocean and forms a fundamental component of the biological pump, but is generally overlooked in global models of the Earth system. We develop a parameterization of DVM in the ocean and integrate it with a size-structured NPZD model. We assess the model’s ability to recreate ecosystem and DVM patterns at three well-observed Pacific sites, ALOHA, K2, and EQPAC, and use it to estimate the impact of DVM on marine… CONTINUE READING
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