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    • Future climate scenarios for a coastal productive planktonic food web resulting in microplankton phenology changes and decreased trophic transfer efficiency 

      Calbet, Albert; Sazhin, Andrey F.; Nejstgaard, Jens Christian; Berger, Stella Angela; Tait, Zachary S.; Olmos, Lorena; Sousoni, Despoina; Isari, Stamatina; Martinez, Rodrigo A.; Bouquet, Jean-Marie; Thompson, Eric; Båmstedt, Ulf; Jakobsen, Hans H. (PLoS, 2014-04-10)
      We studied the effects of future climate change scenarios on plankton communities of a Norwegian fjord using a mesocosm approach. After the spring bloom, natural plankton were enclosed and treated in duplicates with inorganic ...
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    • Heterogeneous distribution of plankton within the mixed layer and its implications for bloom formation in tropical seas 

      Calbet, Albert; Agersted, Mette Dalgaard; Kaartvedt, Stein; Møhl, Malene; Møller, Eva Friis; Enghoff-Poulsen, Søren; Paulsen, Maria Lund; Solberg, Ingrid; Tang, Kam W.; Tönnesson, Kajsa; Raitsos, Dionysios E.; Nielsen, Torkel Gissel (Nature Publishing Group, 2015-06-11)
      Intensive sampling at the coastal waters of the central Red Sea during a period of thermal stratification, prior to the main seasonal bloom during winter, showed that vertical patches of prokaryotes and microplankton ...
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    • The role of mixotrophic protists in the biological carbon pump 

      Mitra, Aditee; Flynn, Kevin J.; Burkholder, Joann M.; Berge, Terje; Calbet, Albert; Raven, John A.; Granéli, Edna; Glibert, Patricia M.; Hansen, Per Juel; Stoecker, Diane K.; Thingstad, Tron Frede; Tillmann, Urban; Våge, Selina; Wilken, Susanne; Zubkov, Mikhail V. (Copernicus Publications, 2014-02-20)
      The traditional view of the planktonic food web describes consumption of inorganic nutrients by photoautotrophic phytoplankton, which in turn supports zooplankton and ultimately higher trophic levels. Pathways centred on ...
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