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News Items for Concept "Biological Pump"
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07.27.2007 Free-Drifting Icebergs: Hot Spots of Chemical and Biological Enrichment in the Weddell Sea Science / AAAS Expert Summary
02.05.2008 Influence of ocean winds on the pelagic ecosystem in upwelling regions Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Expert Summary
02.05.2008 Abrupt climate change and collapse of deep-sea ecosystems Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Expert Summary
02.07.2008 Effects of phytoplankton physiology on export flux Marine Ecology Progress Series Expert Summary
02.15.2008 Emergence of Anoxia in the California Current Large Marine Ecosystem Science Basic Summary
06.08.2008 Ocean Life Under Threat From Climate Change ScienceDaily Basic Summary
09.15.2008 How Corals Adapt To Day And Night ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
05.06.2009 Ocean carbon: A dent in the iron hypothesis EurekaAlert Basic Full Text
03.31.2009 Ocean mercury on the increase Nature News Basic Full Text
01.09.2010 Echinoderms Contribute to Global Carbon Sink; Impact of Marine Creatures Underestimated ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
06.30.2010 Nutrients, viruses and the biological carbon pump EurekaAlert! Basic Full Text
07.28.2010 Plankton, base of ocean food web, in big decline MSNBC Basic Full Text
06.01.2010 Marine biodiversity, ecosystem functioning, and carbon cycles Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Expert Summary
09.09.2010 Bacteria and climate change: Invisible carbon pumps The Economist Basic Full Text
02.22.2011 Carbon Sink at South Pole Has Grown Recently, Historical Collections Reveal ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
02.22.2011 Marine Mud Is High in Fish Poop ScienceNOW Basic Full Text
03.09.2011 In the North Atlantic, Oceanic Currents Play a Greater Role in the Absorption of Carbon Than Previously Thought ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
02.17.2011 Subduction of carbon, nitrogen, and oxygen in the northeast Atlantic JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-OCEANS Expert Summary
10.13.2011 Researchers explore plankton's shifting role in deep sea carbon storage Basic Full Text
10.12.2011 Bacterial Communication Could Affect Earth's Climate Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute Basic Full Text
07.07.2011 The ultrastructure of a doliolid and a copepod fecal pellet Journal of Plankton Research Expert Summary
01.28.2012 Deep-sea glow serves as bait ScienceNews Basic Full Text
12.27.2011 Carbon snowstorms in the sea [SCROLL DOWN TOTHE MIDDLE OF PAGE] Working Waterfront Basic Full Text
12.21.2011 Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow Deep Sea News Basic Full Text
01.17.2012 Ocean 'bloom' photographed from space United Press International Basic Full Text
03.13.2012 Input of Iron Linked to Biological Productivity in Ancient Pacific Ocean ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
04.04.2012 CO2 and Where it Hid in the Last Ice Age Environmental News Network Basic Full Text
04.10.2012 CO2-absorbing microorganisms may adapt to ocean acidification -- study University of Maryland Basic Full Text
02.29.2012 Ocean Science: The power of plankton Nature Expert Summary
01.01.2012 Plankton and Particle Size and Packaging: From Determining Optical Properties to Driving the Biological Pump Annual Review of Marine Science Expert Summary
05.04.2012 Nutrient supply after algal bloom determines the succession of the bacterial population Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research Basic Full Text
07.05.2012 Discovery in the North Atlantic University of Maine Basic Full Text
07.18.2012 Dumping iron at sea does sink carbon Nature News Basic Full Text
08.01.2012 Earth Keeps Sucking Up Greenhouse Gases ScienceNOW Basic Full Text
07.24.2012 Scientists Confirm Existence of Vitamin 'Deserts' in the Ocean University of Southern California Basic Full Text
07.24.2012 Marine Microorganisms Hold the Key to Life On Earth ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
07.19.2012 Think pink! Success of pink bacteria in oceans of the world EurekaAlert! Basic Full Text
10.25.2012 Small Marine Organisms' Big Changes Could Affect World Climate National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
10.09.2012 Study shows small fish can play a big role in the coastal carbon cycle William & Mary College Basic Full Text
01.31.2013 Fertilizing phytoplankton with volcanic ash NASA Climate Change News Basic Full Text
01.07.2013 Video feature: Study of Southern Ocean critical to understanding of climate change Princeton University Basic Full Text
02.22.2013 Diel vertical migration: ecological controls and impacts on the biological pump in a one-dimensional ocean model Global Biogeochemical Cycles Expert Summary
02.14.2013 Icy Algae in a Changing Arctic The Scientist Basic Full Text
04.08.2013 Rapid climate change and the role of the Southern Ocean Cardiff University Basic Full Text
05.16.2013 Australia seeks to limit ocean 'geoengineering' The Sydney Morning Herald Basic Full Text
05.28.2013 Fast-Sinking Jellyfish Could Boost the Oceans' Uptake of Carbon Dioxide ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
06.12.2013 Moving Iron in Antarctica Georgia Tech Basic Full Text
06.18.2013 The breathing ocean: Reducing the effects of climate change Arizona State University Basic Full Text
03.11.2013 Monitoring the Global Carbon Cycle University of Maine Basic Full Text
07.19.2013 Scientists discover new variability in iron supply to the oceans with climate implications EurekaAlert! Basic Full Text
07.19.2013 First global atlas of marine plankton reveals remarkable underwater world University of East Anglia Basic Full Text
02.26.2013 The biological pump - the importance of microscopic phytoplankton NIWA (National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research) Basic Full Text
09.12.2013 Algae and bacteria in sea ice are important for the carbon budgets of frozen oceans Baltic Sea Portal Basic Full Text
11.01.2012 An unprecedented expedition to the North Atlantic yields new insights into the life-sustaining spring bloom UMaine Today Basic Full Text
11.11.2013 Marine Biology: Feast and Famine On the Abyssal Plain ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
11.05.2013 Two UMaine Researchers Team with UC Berkeley Professor to Study Effects of Turbulence on Cells' Sinking Rate, Trajectory, Distribution University of Maine Basic Full Text
01.01.2014 Bio-Optical Inversion in Highly Turbid and Cyanobacteria-Dominated Waters IEEE transactions on geoscience and remote sensing Expert Summary
01.19.2014 Significant contribution of authigenic carbonate to marine carbon burial Nature Geoscience Expert Summary
03.03.2014 Climate Change Felt in Deep Waters of Antarctica Smithsonian Basic Full Text
03.16.2014 How do oceans absorb carbon dioxide? Scientists find clues. Tehran Times Basic Summary
04.02.2014 'Chemical atlas' provides unique understanding of ocean geochemistry University of Southampton Basic Full Text
03.20.2014 Ocean's carbon budget balanced National Oceanographic Centre _ UK Basic Full Text
04.24.2014 Microscopic Organism Plays a Big Role in Ocean Carbon Cycling, Scripps Scientists Discover Scripps Institution of Oceanography Basic Full Text
05.02.2014 Study resolves controversy over nitrogen's ocean "exit strategies" (Science) Princeton Journal Watch Basic Full Text
07.02.2014 Global Ocean Commission Charts Course for High Seas Recovery Triple Pundit Basic Full Text
07.17.2014 Seeing the Sea UMaine News Basic Full Text
07.30.2014 Nutrient transport via the Indonesian Throughflow Australian Research Council's (ARC) Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science Basic Full Text
08.07.2014 Ocean's most oxygen-deprived zones to shrink under climate change University of Washington Basic Full Text
08.18.2014 Broadening the 'SCOPE' of microbial oceanography MIT News Basic Full Text
08.21.2014 Viruses take down massive algal blooms, with big implications for climate ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
11.07.2014 New Global Maps Detail Human-Caused Ocean Acidification Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (Columbia University) Basic Full Text
12.01.2014 Baltic sea: Climate change counteracts decline in eutrophication ScienceDaily Basic Full Text
09.01.2014 Net community production and export from Seaglider measurements in the North Atlantic after the spring bloom Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans Expert Summary
01.01.2015 Effects of stratospheric ozone depletion, solar UV radiation, and climate change on biogeochemical cycling: interactions and feedbacks Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences Expert Summary
12.03.2014 Increased degradation of copepod faecal pellets by co-acting dinoflagellates and Centropages hamatus Marine Ecology Progress Series Expert Full Text
01.15.2015 Researchers identify missing component in marine carbon, sulfur cycles UGA Today (University of Georgia) Basic Full Text
01.23.2015 Ocean biogeochemistry: Carbon at the coastal interface Nature Climate Change Expert Summary
01.07.2015 Oceans soak less carbon due to global warming ZME Science Basic Full Text
12.16.2014 Effects of Oil and Dispersant on Formation of Marine Oil Snow and Transport of Oil Hydrocarbons Environmental Science & Technology Expert Summary
10.01.2014 Potential drivers of sinking particle's size spectra and vertical flux of particulate organic carbon (POC): Turbulence, phytoplankton, and zooplankton Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans Expert Full Text
01.01.2015 Enhancing Earth Observation Networks From Space Sea Technology Expert Full Text
02.15.2015 Salinity from Space Unlocks Satellite-Based Assessment of Ocean Acidification Environmental Science & Technology Expert Summary
01.13.2015 Cryptic carbon and sulfur cycling between surface ocean plankton Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Expert Summary
02.24.2015 Imaging technique reconstructs 120 years of seasonal changes in ocean acidification Basic Full Text
03.26.2015 Spring plankton bloom hitches ride to sea's depths on ocean eddies National Science Foundation Basic Full Text
03.31.2015 Climate change: bacteria play an important role in the long term storage of carbon in the ocean Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ) Basic Full Text
03.26.2015 Swirling Currents Deliver Phytoplankton Carbon to Ocean Depths Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute Basic Full Text
03.13.2015 New research finds oceanic microbes behave in synchrony across ocean basins University of Hawaii at Manoa Basic Full Text
05.01.2015 Ocean Bacteria Get 'Pumped Up' Massachusetts Institute of Technology | Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences Basic Full Text
04.01.2015 Evaluation of the sinks and sources of atmospheric CO2 by artificial upwelling Science of the Total Environment Expert Summary
06.01.2015 New insights in the pattern and timing of the Early Jurassic calcareous nannofossil crisis Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology Expert Summary
03.31.2015 Deep Ocean Current May Slow Due to Climate Change Astrobiology Magazine Basic Full Text
01.01.2015 Zooplankton fecal pellets, marine snow, phytodetritus and the ocean's biological pump Progress in Oceanography Expert Summary
02.16.2015 Attenuation of particulate organic carbon flux in the Scotia Sea, Southern Ocean, is controlled by zooplankton fecal pellets Geophysical Research Letters Expert Full Text
02.17.2015 The relative importance of phytoplankton aggregates and zooplankton fecal pellets to carbon export: insights from free-drifting sediment trap deployments in naturally iron-fertilised waters near the Kerguelen Plateau Biogeosciences Expert Summary
06.06.2015 The microscopic magic of plankton The Guardian Basic Full Text
07.08.2015 Where Iron and Water Mix Hydrothermal Vents a Significant Source of Iron in the Oceans Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute Basic Full Text
08.21.2015 UMaine researchers help forge planktonic frontier University of Maine Basic Full Text
07.07.2015 More, smaller bacteria in response to ocean's warming? Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences Expert Full Text
07.09.2015 Ubiquitous healthy diatoms in the deep sea confirm deep carbon injection by the biological pump Nature Communications Expert Full Text
06.30.2015 Hibernating crustaceans sink masses of carbon in oceans Science / AAAS Basic Full Text
08.13.2015 What a Little Ooze on the Ocean Floor Tells Us About the Big Climate Change Picture The Wire Basic Full Text
05.01.2015 The microbial carbon pump concept: Potential biogeochemical significance in the globally changing ocean Progress in Oceanography Expert Summary
06.16.2015 Sustained growth of the Southern Ocean carbon storage in a warming climate Geophysical Research Letters Expert Summary
03.17.2015 Sciencespeak: Whale Pump National Geographic Basic Full Text
10.01.2015 Delayed settling of marine snow: Effects of density gradient and particle properties and implications for carbon cycling Marine Chemistry Expert Summary
08.26.2015 Copepod summer grazing and fecal pellet production along the Western Antarctic Peninsula Journal of Plankton Research Expert Summary
06.01.2015 Export fluxes in a naturally iron-fertilized area of the Southern Ocean - Part 2: Importance of diatom resting spores and faecal pellets for export Biogeosciences Expert Summary
09.24.2015 Marine science: Storms bring ocean nutrients to light Nature News Expert Full Text
09.29.2015 Scientists solve the riddle of deep ocean carbon University of Southampton Basic Full Text
09.24.2015 Carbon-Carrying Phytoplankton Population on Decline R & D magazine Basic Full Text
07.02.2007 Making the Best of a Slimy Catch ScienceNOW 1 Basic Full Text
06.01.2007 Biogeochemistry: Iron findings Nature Reports Climate Change 1 Basic Full Text
01.31.2008 UMaine Oceanographer, Colleagues Say Selling Carbon Credits Premature in Unproven CO2-Reduction Plan University of Maine Press Release 1 Basic Full Text
06.10.2007 Iron Fertilization Of Oceans: A Real Option For Carbon Dioxide Reduction? ScienceDaily 2 Basic Full Text
10.09.2007 Southern Ocean already losing ability to absorb CO2 New Scientist 2 Basic Full Text
03.25.2008 Marine Algal Toxins: Origins, Health Effects, and Their Increased Occurrence Environmental Health Perspectives 8 Expert Full Text