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Melt procedure affects the photosynthetic response of sea ice algae

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  • Karley Campbell, Bristol University
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  • C. J. Mundy, CEOS, University of Manitoba
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  • Andrew R. Juhl, Columbia University
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  • Laura A. Dalman, CEOS, University of Manitoba
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  • Christine Michel, CEOS, University of Manitoba, University Crescent
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  • Ryan J. Galley, CEOS, University of Manitoba
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  • Brent E. Else, University of Calgary
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  • Nicolas X. Geilfus, CEOS, University of Manitoba
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  • Søren Rysgaard

The accuracy of sea ice algal production estimates is influenced by the range of melting procedures used in studies to obtain a liquid sample for incubation, particularly in relation to the duration of melt and the approach to buffering for osmotic shock. In this research, ice algal photophysiology from C-14 incubations was compared in field samples prepared by three melt procedures: (i) a rapid

TidsskriftFrontiers in Earth Science
Antal sider14
StatusUdgivet - feb. 2019

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