Recent phytoplankton productivity of the northern Bering Sea during early summer in 2007

  title={Recent phytoplankton productivity of the northern Bering Sea during early summer in 2007},
  author={Sang Hoon Lee and Hyoung Min Joo and Mi Sun Yun and Terry E. Whitledge},
  journal={Polar Biology},
Although the northern Bering Sea is one of the most productive regions in the northern North Pacific Ocean and currently considered a declining productivity region, no recent primary productivity measurements have been collected in this region. Phytoplankton productivity was measured in the northern Bering Sea in 2007 using a dual 13C–15N isotope tracer technique to quantify present rates of primary productivity and to assess changes under recent environmental conditions in this area. We found… CONTINUE READING


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