publication . Article . 2016

Oceans, microbes, and global climate change

Danovaro, Roberto;
  • Published: 23 May 2016 Journal: L’annuaire du Collège de France (issn: 0069-5580, eissn: 2109-9227, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: OpenEdition
Sea-surface warming, sea-ice melting and related freshening, changes in circulation and mixing regimes, and ocean acidification induced by the present climate changes are modifying marine ecosystem structure and function and have the potential to alter the cycling of carbon and nutrients in surface oceans. Changing climate has direct and indirect consequences on marine life and on microbial components. Prokaryotes (Bacteria and Archaea), viruses and other microbial life forms are impacted by ...
Medical Subject Headings: sense organsskin and connective tissue diseases
free text keywords: ocean, global climate change, Environmental science, Archaea, biology.organism_classification, biology, Climate change, Marine life, Global warming, Ecology, Oceanography, Marine ecosystem, Cycling, Ocean acidification, Nutrient
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