Browsing Department of Biology by Subject "Microzooplankton"
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(Inter Research, 2017)The subarctic Atlantic phytoplankton spring bloom is one of the largest biological features of the ocean; however, processes initiating the bloom are still not well understood. We hypothesize that the microbial grazing ...Journal article
Microbial communities and processes in ice-covered Arctic waters of the northwestern Fram Strait (75 to 80° N) during the vernal pre-bloom phase (Inter-Research, 2011-09-20)Marine microbial communities have been little studied in Arctic waters, especially during the winter–spring transition before the development of extensive phytoplankton blooms. This study investigated microbial plankton ...Peer reviewedJournal article
Winter−spring transition in the subarcticAtlantic: microbial response to deep mixingand pre-bloom production (Inter-Research Science Center (IR), 2015-09-23)In temperate, subpolar and polar marine systems, the classical perception is that diatoms initiate the spring bloom and thereby mark the beginning of the productive season. Contrary to this view, we document an active ...Journal article