The Responses of a Natural Bacterioplankton Community to Different Levels of Ultraviolet-B Radiation: A Food Web Perspective

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With the continuing increase of ultraviolet-B radiation (UVBR: 280-320 nm) fluxes toward the Earth's surface, there is concern regarding a possible negative impact on heterotrophic bacterioplankton. The effects of enhanced UVBR on a natural bacterioplankton community were studied during a 7-day experiment conducted in mesocosms (1500 L). Four light regimes… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s002480000042

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@article{Chatila2000TheRO, title={The Responses of a Natural Bacterioplankton Community to Different Levels of Ultraviolet-B Radiation: A Food Web Perspective}, author={Khaled Chatila and Serge Demers and Behzad Mostajir and M. Gosselin and J.-P. Chanut and Patrick Monfort and David F. Bird}, journal={Microbial Ecology}, year={2000}, volume={41}, pages={56-68} }