Responses of marine benthic microalgae to elevated CO 2

@inproceedings{Johnson2011ResponsesOM,
  title={Responses of marine benthic microalgae to elevated CO 2},
  author={Vivienne R. Johnson and Colin Brownlee and Rosalind E M Rickaby and Mariagrazia Graziano and Marco Milazzo and Jason M Hall-Spencer},
  year={2011}
}
Increasing anthropogenic CO2 emissions to the atmosphere are causing a rise in pCO2 concentrations in the ocean surface and lowering pH. To predict the effects of these changes, we need to improve our understanding of the responses of marine primary producers since these drive biogeochemical cycles and profoundly affect the structure and function of benthic habitats. The effects of increasing CO2 levels on the colonisation of artificial substrata by microalgal assemblages (periphyton) were… CONTINUE READING

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