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Phytoplankton abundance at time series station Helgoland Roads in 2006

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DOI: 10.1594/pangaea.695474
Keywords
  • Achnanthes Sp
  • Fractionated
  • Actinocyclus Sp
  • Fractionated
  • Actinoptychus Senarius
  • Actinoptychus Splendens
  • Akashiwo Sanguinea
  • Amphidinium Sp
  • Asterionella Glacialis
  • Asterionellopsis Kariana
  • Attheya Sp
  • Bacillaria Paxillifer
  • Bacteriastrum Hyalinum
  • Bah
  • Calciosolenia Granii
  • Cerataulina Pelagica
  • Ceratium Furca
  • Ceratium Fusus
  • Ceratium Horridum
  • Ceratium Lineatum
  • Ceratium Macroceros
  • Ceratium Teres
  • Ceratoneis Closterium
  • Chaetoceros Danicus
  • Chaetoceros Debilis
  • Chaetoceros Decipiens
  • Chaetoceros Densus
  • Chaetoceros Didymus
  • Chaetoceros Lauderi
  • Chaetoceros Minimus
  • Chaetoceros Socialis
  • Chaetoceros Sp
  • Fractionated
  • Chaetoceros Subtilis
  • Chattonella Sp
  • Coccolithophoridae
  • Coccolithophoridae Indeterminata
  • Fractionated
  • Corethron Hystrix
  • Coscinodiscus Concinnus
  • Fractionated
  • Coscinodiscus Granii
  • Fractionated
  • Coscinodiscus Radiatus
  • Coscinodiscus Sp
  • Fractionated
  • Coscinodiscus Wailesii
  • Fractionated
  • Detonula Pumila
  • Diatomaceae Centric
  • Fractionated
  • Diatomaceae Pennales
  • Fractionated
  • Dichtyocha Speculum
  • Dictyocha Fibula
  • Dinophyceae Flat
  • Fractionated
  • Dinophyceae Round
  • Fractionated
  • Dinophysis Acuminata
  • Dinophysis Acuta
  • Dinophysis Norvegica
  • Dinophysis Rotundata
  • Dinophysis Sp
  • Diplopsalis Sp
  • Group
  • Fractionated
  • Dissodinium Pseudolunula
  • Ditylum Brightwellii
  • Fractionated
  • Ebria Sp
  • Eucampia Zodiacus
  • Flagellates Indeterminata
  • Fractionated
  • German Bight
  • North Sea
  • Guinardia Delicatula
  • Guinardia Flaccida
  • Guinardia Flaccida
  • Fractionated
  • Guinardia Striata
  • Fractionated
  • Gymnodinium Sp
  • Fractionated
  • Gyrodinium Sp
  • Fractionated
  • Helgolandroads
  • Helgolandroadstimeseries
  • Heterosigma Sp
  • Kabeltonne
  • Lauderia Annulata
  • Leptocylindrus Danicus
  • Leptocylindrus Minimus
  • Lithodesmium Sp
  • Long-Term Ecological Research At Awi
  • Lter
  • Meeresstation Helgoland
  • Melosira Nummuloides
  • Melosira Sp
  • Meuniera Membranacea
  • Monitoring
  • Myrionecta Rubra
  • Noctiluca
  • Noctiluca Scintillans
  • Odontella Aurita
  • Odontella Mobiliensis
  • Odontella Regia
  • Odontella Rhombus
  • Odontella Sinensis
  • Fractionated
  • Paralia Sulcata
  • Peridinium Bipes
  • Peridinium Depressum
  • Peridinium Divergens
  • Phaeocystis Sp
  • Pleurosigma Sp
  • Podosira Stelliger
  • Polykrikos Sp
  • Fractionated
  • Prorocentrum Micans
  • Prorocentrum Sp
  • Prorocentrum Triestinum
  • Protoperidinium Sp
  • Fractionated
  • Pseudo-Nitzschia Sp
  • Pyrophacus Sp
  • Quantitative Phytoplankton Method (Utermöhl
  • 1958)
  • Rhizosolenia Hebetata
  • Rhizosolenia Hebetata Var
  • Semispina
  • Rhizosolenia Imbricata
  • Fractionated
  • Rhizosolenia Pungens
  • Rhizosolenia Robusta
  • Rhizosolenia Setigera
  • Fractionated
  • Rhizosolenia Styliformis
  • Scenedesmus Sp
  • Scrippsiella Sp
  • Shelf Seas Systems Ecology @ Awi (Former Biologische Anstalt Helgoland)
  • Skeletonema Costatum
  • Skeletonema Turris
  • Stellarima Stellaris
  • Thalassionema Nitzschioides
  • Thalassiosira Anguste-Lineata
  • Thalassiosira Decipiens
  • Thalassiosira Nordenskioeldii
  • Thalassiosira Punctigera
  • Thalassiosira Rotula
  • Thalassiosira Sp
  • Fractionated
  • Torodinium Robustum
  • Triceratium Alternans
  • Triceratium Favus
Disciplines
  • Ecology
  • Geography

Abstract

Long-term changes in the seasonality of selected diatoms related to grazers and environmental conditions el Wi eest .O. B Article history: Received 6 December 2010 Received in revised form 24 October 2011 Accepted 2 November 2011 Available online 12 November 2011 Keywords: Odontella aurita Thalassionema nitzschioides Guinardia delicatula Climate Change Seasonal Succession Journal of Sea Research 67 (2012) 91–97 Contents lists available at SciVerse ScienceDirect Journal of Se e ls 1. Introduction Global warming is reality and the warming rate has been far great- er in the last decades than it was for the past 10,000 years (IPCC, 2007). Despite the availability of detailed information on temperature changes, there is still only limited information on the effects of a warming climate on aquatic food-webs (Cushing, 1995; Walther et al., 2002; Wiltshire et al., 2008, 2010). Terrestrial plant responses to global warming have included pole- ward and altitudinal extensions of geographic species ranges to climate warming (Edwards and Richardson, 2004; Schlüter et al., 2008). Species replacements in zooplankton (Hays et al., 2005; Möllmann et al., 2000) and variation in phytoplankton communities (Jassby et al., 1990; Müller-Navarra et al., 1997) have also been linked to warming. However, Wiltshire andManly (2004) found retarding or fairly constant diatom spring blooms in the German Bight over the last decades in addition to large interannual variations in the timing of the spring bloom (Wiltshire et al., 2008). Both Wiltshire et al. (2008) and Schlüter et al. (2008) found that diatoms based on aver- age spring and annual abundances were resilient to shifts in temper- (Thuiller, 2007) and shifts in seasonal activ (Cleland et al., 2007). Analogously to earlie terrestrial plants, various studies concerning reported earlier seasonal succession of differe ⁎ Corresponding author at: Department of Bioclimato Büsgenweg 2, 37077 Göttingen, Germany. E-mail address: [email protected] (M.H. S

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