Thick-shelled, grazer-protected diatoms decouple ocean carbon and silicon cycles in the iron-limited Antarctic Circumpolar Current


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DOI 10.1073/pnas.1309345110

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Assmy, P. , Smetacek, V. , Montresor, M. , Klaas, C. , Henjes, J. , Strass, V. , Arrieta, J. M. , Bathmann, U. V. , Berg, G. M. , Breitbarth, E. , Cisewski, B. , Friedrichs, L. , Fuchs, N. , Herndl, G. J. , Jansen, S. , Krägefsky, S. , Latasa, M. , Peeken, I. , Röttgers, R. , Scharek, R. , Schüller, S. E. , Steigenberger, S. , Webb, A. and Wolf-Gladrow, D. (2013): Thick-shelled, grazer-protected diatoms decouple ocean carbon and silicon cycles in the iron-limited Antarctic Circumpolar Current , Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America . doi: 10.1073/pnas.1309345110


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