Long-term changes in temperate Australian coastal waters: implications for phytoplankton

@inproceedings{Thompson2009LongtermCI,
  title={Long-term changes in temperate Australian coastal waters: implications for phytoplankton},
  author={Pauline A. Thompson and Mark E. Baird and Timothy C. Ingleton and Martina A Doblin},
  year={2009}
}
A ~60 yr physical and chemical data set from 4 coastal stations around Australia plus remotely sensed SeaWiFS and phytoplankton taxonomic data were used to evaluate the temporal and spatial varia- tion in phytoplankton ecology. The most consistent trend observed at all stations was a long-term increase in surface salinity of ~0.003 ± 0.0008 psu yr -1 . All sta- tions showed positive trends in temperature, with the fastest surface warming (0.0202°C yr -1 over 60 yr) in the western Tasman Sea… CONTINUE READING

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