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Resistance of an Arctic phytoplankton assemblages to ocean acidification and high irradiance, link to supplement in MS Excel format, supplement to: Hoppe, Clara Jule Marie; Schuback, Nina; Semeniuk, David M; Giesbrecht, Karina E; Mol, Jacoba; Thomas, H; Maldonado, Maria T; Rost, Björn; Varela, Diana E; Tortell, Philippe Daniel (2018): Resistance of Arctic phytoplankton to ocean acidification and enhanced irradiance. Polar Biology, 41(3), 399-413

Hoppe, Clara Jule Marie; Schuback, Nina; Semeniuk, David M; Giesbrecht, Karina E; Mol, Jacoba; Thomas, Helmuth; Maldonado, Maria T; Rost, Bj��rn; Varela, Diana E; Tortell, Philippe Daniel;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2017
  • Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science
Abstract
The Arctic Ocean is a region particularly prone to on-going ocean acidification (OA) and climate-driven changes. The influence of these changes on Arctic phytoplankton assemblages, however, remains poorly understood. In order to understand how OA and enhanced irradiances (e.g. resulting from sea-ice retreat) will alter the species composition, primary production and ecophysiology of Arctic phytoplankton, we conducted an incubation experiment to investigate the effects of OA and enhanced irradiance levels on an assemblage from Baffin Bay (71��N, 68��W). Seawater was collected from just below the deep Chl a maximum, and the resident phytoplankton were exposed to 3...
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  • Funder: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)
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