Coastal phytoplankton do not rest in winter.
Estuaries and Coasts. 2009; 32
This paper shows that winter phytoplankton are not simply quiescent communities anticipating the arrival of spring, but are associations of species well adapted to and strictly controlled by physical and meteorological conditions that at times permit enhanced net growth, which constitute winter blooms.
The condition necessary for...
Get instant access to Article Recommendations from more than 5,000 expert scientists and clinical researchers, assisted by 5,000 associates, by taking out a monthly subscription. The first month of your subscription will be free of charge.
Start your personal subscription today.Subscribe for $9.95/month
Send a recommendation to your institution's librarian or information manager to request an extended free trial for all users.Recommend to your Librarian
If you are a librarian or information manager, you may request an extended free trial for your academic or corporate institution.Request an Institutional Trial
your institution might be eligible for free access via our sponsorship scheme. Check our sponsorship page.
If you think you should be able to access this content, please contact us.