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Primary Production: Plankton, Light and Nutrients Microscopic marine phytoplankton form the base of the marine food web. They use energy from the Sun to fix CO2 and account for around 45% of global primary production. , 2007; Fig. 7), sinks 28 Philip C. Reid et al. 7 Cartoon of the Biological pump modified from Falkowski and Oliver (2007). g. zooplankton, fish and squid) and O2 is produced by phytoplankton as well as other gases such as methane and DMS. below the upper sunlit layer every year. This section addresses the contribution that planktonic and benthic organisms make to carbon cycling in the ocean with a commentary on the biogeochemical and other controls on primary production.
The pattern of change was highly correlated with SST and an index of ENSO climate variability. The link between ocean biology and the physical environment was shown to operate via warmer upper-ocean temperatures enhancing stratification, which reduced the availability of nutrients for phytoplankton growth and vice versa. 8 Global image of mean surface chlorophyll for the period 1998–2007. Processed from SeaWiFS data by Takafumi Hirata, PML. 34 Philip C. Reid et al. Polovina et al. (2008), using the same SeaWiFS data, for the period January 1998–February 2007 have shown a similar expansion, especially in winter, of the least productive areas of the ocean, the subtropical gyres.
As a result, they are not adequately included in current ice sheet models and there is no consensus as to how quickly they could cause sea-level to rise. Note that these uncertainties are essentially one sided. That is, they could lead to a substantially more rapid rate of sea-level rise but they would not lead to a significantly slower rate of sea-level rise. Current projections suggest that the East Antarctic ice sheet will remain too cold for widespread surface melting and that it is expected to gain mass from increased snowfall over the higher central regions.