On the phytoplankton bloom in coastal waters of southern King George Island(Antarctica) in January 2010: An exceptional feature?

@inproceedings{Schloss2014OnTP,
  title={On the phytoplankton bloom in coastal waters of southern King George Island(Antarctica) in January 2010: An exceptional feature?},
  author={Irene R. Schloss and Agnieszka Wasiłowska and Dany Dumont and Gast{\'o}n O. Almandoz and Marcelo Hernando and C.-A. Michaud-Tremblay and Luisa Saravia and Marek Rzepecki and Patrick Monien and Donata Monien and Elżbieta E. Kopczyńska and Anna Valeria Bers and Gustavo A. Ferreyra},
  year={2014}
}
Since the early 1990s, phytoplankton has been studied and monitored in Potter Cove (PC) and Admiralty Bay (AB), King George/25 de Mayo Island (KGI), South Shetlands. Phytoplankton biomass is typically low compared to other Antarctic shelf environments, with average spring–summer values below 1 mg chlorophyll a (Chl a )m 23 . The physical conditions in the area (reduced irradiance induced by particles originated from the land, intense winds) limit the coastal productivity at KGI, as a result of… CONTINUE READING

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