About half of the global oxygen is produced in the ocean by tiny free floating algae called phytoplankton. Rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations directly impact marine ecosystems through ocean warming and ocean acidification, but they also cause a lot of indirect effects such as changes in salinity, stratification, and nutrient inputs. Currently, the marine ecosystem is changing more rapidly than ever before. How will the base of the marine food chain, the phytoplankton, cope?
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|Date||Thursday, 10 September 2020|
|Time||11:00am - 12:00pm|
|Location||St David seminar room A, G.02 |
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