Northern Gulf of Alaska - United States of America

In the NGA study area, the biological community is highly productive. The lower levels of the food chain (phytoplankton and zooplankton) support the iconic fish, crabs, seabirds, and marine mammals of Alaska. Large increases in phytoplankton during the spring and sustained production during the summer support zooplankton that transfer energy up the food chain. Substantial amounts of this organic matter also sink to feed animals on the sea bottom.

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Source https://deims.org/534b50b8-fe7d-433c-a9b9-85b8bb1f60a7
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Provenance
Creator Chris Turner
Publisher Long-Term Ecosystem Research in Europe
Contributor DEIMS-SDR Site and Dataset registry deims.org
Publication Year 2019
Rights No conditions apply to access and use; no limitations to public access
OpenAccess true
Contact chris(at)axiomdatascience.com
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Language English
Format text/html
Discipline Biogeochemistry; Biology; Biospheric Sciences; Chemistry; Ecology; Geosciences; Life Sciences; Natural Sciences; Physics
Spatial Coverage (-152.292W, 57.221S, -143.679E, 62.033N)