Seasonal ITCZ migration dynamically controls the location of the (sub)tropical Atlantic biogeochemical divide.

@article{Schlosser2014SeasonalIM,
  title={Seasonal ITCZ migration dynamically controls the location of the (sub)tropical Atlantic biogeochemical divide.},
  author={Christian Schlosser and Jessica K. Klar and Bronwyn D. Wake and Joseph T Snow and David J. Honey and E. Malcolm S. Woodward and Maeve C. Lohan and Eric P. Achterberg and C Mark Moore},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2014},
  volume={111 4},
  pages={1438-42}
}
Inorganic nitrogen depletion restricts productivity in much of the low-latitude oceans, generating a selective advantage for diazotrophic organisms capable of fixing atmospheric dinitrogen (N2). However, the abundance and activity of diazotrophs can in turn be controlled by the availability of other potentially limiting nutrients, including phosphorus (P) and iron (Fe). Here we present high-resolution data (∼0.3°) for dissolved iron, aluminum, and inorganic phosphorus that confirm the existence… CONTINUE READING
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