Shifts in microbial food web structure and productivity after additions of naturally occurring dissolved organic matter: Results from large‐scale lacustrine mesocosms

@article{Sanders2015ShiftsIM,
  title={Shifts in microbial food web structure and productivity after additions of naturally occurring dissolved organic matter: Results from large‐scale lacustrine mesocosms},
  author={R. Sanders and Sandra L. Cooke and J. M. Fischer and Samuel B. Fey and A. W. Heinze and W. Jeffrey and Amy L. Macaluso and R. E. Moeller and D. Morris and P. Neale and M. H. Olson and J. D. Pakulski and Jason A. Porter and Donald M. Schoener and C. E. Williamson},
  journal={Limnology and Oceanography},
  year={2015},
  volume={60},
  pages={2130-2144}
}
Predicting the effects of dissolved organic matter (DOM) on pelagic food webs can be difficult because DOM modifies water column optics and can have contrasting effects on species across trophic levels. We combined large mesocosm, smaller-scale experiments and autoregressive modeling driven bu DOC concentration or DOM optical quality (colored DOM, or CDOM, measured as DOC-specific absorbance at 320 nm, SUVA320) to assess how heterotrophic and phototrophic microbial populations were altered in a… Expand
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