Phytoplankton community structure changes following simulated upwelled iron inputs in the Peru upwelling region

@inproceedings{Hare2005PhytoplanktonCS,
  title={Phytoplankton community structure changes following simulated upwelled iron inputs in the Peru upwelling region},
  author={Clinton E. Hare and G. R. Ditullio and Charles Gordon Trick and Steven W Wilhelm and Kenneth W. Bruland and Eden L. Rue and David A. Hutchins},
  year={2005}
}
The effects of iron on phytoplankton community structure in 'High Nutrient Low Chlorophyll' regions of the ocean have been examined using both shipboard batch cultures (growouts) and open ocean mesoscale fertilization experiments. The addition of iron in these areas frequently results in a shift from communities dominated by small non-siliceous species towards ones dominated by larger diatoms. We used a new shipboard continuous culture experimental design in iron-limited Peru upwelling waters… CONTINUE READING

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