Phytoplankton responses to ocean climate change drivers: interaction of ocean warming, ocean acidification and UV exposure

Aquatic primary producers constitute only 1% of the global biomass, but their production equals that of all terrestrial ecosystems taken together (cf. Chapter 3, this volume). They take up a large fraction of anthropogenically emitted CO2, thereby mitigating climate change.


Häder D.-P. & Gao K., 2018. Phytoplankton responses to ocean climate change drivers: interaction of ocean warming, ocean acidification and UV exposure. In: Häder D.-P. & Gao K. (Eds.), Aquatic ecosystems in a changing climate. CRC Press. Book chapter (restricted access).

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