Photosynthetic electron turnover in the tropical and subtropical Atlantic Ocean

@inproceedings{Suggetta2006PhotosyntheticET,
  title={Photosynthetic electron turnover in the tropical and subtropical Atlantic Ocean},
  author={David J. Suggetta and C. Mark Moorea and Emilio Mara{\~n}{\'o}nc and Claudia Omachid and Ramiro A. Varelae and Jim Aikenf and Patrick M. Holliganb},
  year={2006}
}
  • David J. Suggetta, C. Mark Moorea, +4 authors Patrick M. Holliganb
  • Published 2006
Photosynthetic electron transport directly generates the energy required for carbon fixation and thus underlies the aerobic metabolism of aquatic systems. We determined photosynthetic electron turnover rates, ETRs, from ca. 100 FRR fluorescence water-column profiles throughout the subtropical and tropical Atlantic during six Atlantic Meridional Transect cruises (AMT 6, May–June 1998, to AMT 11, September–October 2000). Each FRR fluorescence profile yielded a water-column ETR-light response from… CONTINUE READING
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