Seasonal and interannual variability in temperature , chlorophyll and macronutrients in northern Marguerite Bay , Antarctica

@inproceedings{Clarke2008SeasonalAI,
  title={Seasonal and interannual variability in temperature , chlorophyll and macronutrients in northern Marguerite Bay , Antarctica},
  author={A. P. Clarke and Michael P Meredith and Margaret I. Wallace and Mark A. Brandon and David Nicholson Thomas},
  year={2008}
}
Biological Time-Series (RaTS) project. When weather and ice permit, the RaTS station is occupied every 5 days in summer and weekly in winter. Observations comprise a conductivity–temperature–depth (CTD) cast to 500 m and a water sample from 15 m, this being the depth of the chlorophyll maximum in most years. The water samples provide data on total chlorophyll (size-fractionated at 20, 5, 2 and 0.2mm), macronutrients (N, P and Si) and dissolved organic carbon (DOC). The CTD profiles reveal… CONTINUE READING
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