Photosynthetic parameters of arctic marine phytoplankton : Vertical variations and time scales of adaptation

@inproceedings{Charles2006PhotosyntheticPO,
  title={Photosynthetic parameters of arctic marine phytoplankton : Vertical variations and time scales of adaptation},
  author={M. Charles and Gallegos and Trevor Platt and Harrison and Brian Irwin},
  year={2006}
}
In the eastern Canadian arctic the photosynthesis-irradiance curves of phytoplankton from the 50% and 1% light levels differ mainly in their susceptibility to photoinhibition. The photoinhibition parameters of deep populations and the intensity of the deep chlorophyll maximum were correlated with N2, the bulk stratification parameter of the water column. Comparison of data from the same region in different periods suggests that the characteristic susceptibility to photoinhibition requires 2-6… CONTINUE READING
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