Palaeontology: plankton in a greenhouse world

The Palaeocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum was marked by global warming and ocean acidification. Fossil and experimental analyses show that different species of marine calcifying algae responded very differently to the environmental upheavals.

Langer G., 2013. Palaeontology: plankton in a greenhouse world. Nature Geoscience 6: 164–165. Article (subscription required).

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