- Global warming reducing phytoplankton in western Indian Ocean
- The marine phytoplankton, micro-algae consumed by small fish and responsible for reducing carbon dioxide in sea water, are rapidly decreasing in the western Indian Ocean due to global warming, finds a study. This may reduce the oceanic region to an ...
- Microorganisms battle it out within algal blooms
- Scientists concerned with global warming have a vested interest in looking closely at phytoplankton.
- Climate stirring change beneath the waves
- Human-induced climate change is triggering changes beneath the waves that could have a long-term effect on marine food webs, a study suggests. An assessment of phytoplankton in the North Atlantic found the microscopic organisms' pole-ward shift was ...
- Major source of methanol in the ocean identified
- Researchers at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) have solved this mystery through the discovery of a massive - and previously unaccounted for - source of methanol in the ocean: phytoplankton. The study found that these microscopic, ...
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