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coastal upwelling


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coastal upwelling

coastal upwelling

Modeling microzooplankton and macrozooplankton dynamics within a coastal upwelling system

Shifts between gelatinous and crustacean plankton in a coastal upwelling region

Bacterioplankton composition of the coastal upwelling system of ‘Ría de Vigo’, NW Spain

Estimations of mesozooplankton biomass in a coastal upwelling area off NW Spain

Microzooplankton grazing in a coastal embayment off Concepción, Chile, (∼36° S) during non-upwelling conditions

Coastal upwelling linked to toxic Pseudo-nitzschia australis blooms in Los Angeles coastal waters, 2005–2007

The influence of coastal upwelling on the mesozooplankton community structure in the coastal zone off Central/Southern Chile as assessed by automated image analysis

Across-shelf predatory effect of Pleurobrachia bachei (Ctenophora) on the small-copepod community in the coastal upwelling zone off northern Chile (23° S)

Nanoheterotroph grazing on bacteria and cyanobacteria in oxic and suboxic waters in coastal upwelling areas off northern Chile

Phytoplankton photosynthetic efficiency and primary production rates estimated from fast repetition rate fluorometry at coastal embayments affected by upwelling (Rías Baixas, NW of Spain)

A numerical study of the effect of periodic nutrient supply on pathways of carbon in a coastal upwelling regime

Picoplankton dynamics during contrasting seasonal oceanographic conditions at a coastal upwelling station off Northern Baja California, México

Phytoplankton dynamics affected by the coastal upwelling events in the Gulf of Finland in July–August 2006

Feeding rates and selectivity of adult Euphausia pacifica on natural particle assemblages in the coastal upwelling zone off Oregon, USA, 2010

Winter mixing and coastal upwelling drive long-term changes in zooplankton in the Bay of Biscay (1993–2010)

Taxonomic versus trophic structure of mesozooplankton: a seasonal study of species succession and stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes in a coastal upwelling ecosystem

How does a generalist seabird species use its marine habitat? The case of the kelp gull in a coastal upwelling area of the Humboldt Current

 

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A seasonal process that occurs along many coasts, especially on the western sides of continents, that involves the rising to the surface of cold water from the deep ocean. This brings nutrients (particularly nitrates and phosphates) to the surface, which filters down through the food chain.

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