Spring phytoplankton bloom dynamics in Norwegian coastal waters: Microbial community succession and diversity

@inproceedings{Larsen2004SpringPB,
  title={Spring phytoplankton bloom dynamics in Norwegian coastal waters: Microbial community succession and diversity},
  author={Aud Larsen and Gro Anita Fonnes Flaten and Ruth-Anne Sandaa and Tonje Castberg and Runar Thyrhaug and Svein Rune Erga and St{\'e}phan Jacquet and Gunnar Bratbak},
  year={2004}
}
Most studies of spring bloom succession in Norwegian waters have employed light microscopy and accounted for species composition of phyto- and zooplankton. Flow cytometry and molecular tools enable us to extend such investigations to include smaller organisms like bacterio- and virioplankton. Here, we describe succession and diversity of algae, bacteria, and viruses in relation to environmental changes from 15 February to 27 April. The spring succession started with an increase in autotrophic… CONTINUE READING

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