Increased temperature, rather than elevated CO2, modulates the carbon assimilation of the Arctic kelps Saccharina latissima and Laminaria solidungula, supplement to: Iñiguez, Concepcion; Carmona, Raquel; Lorenzo, M Rosario; Niell, F Xavier; Wiencke, Christian; Gordillo, Francisco J L (2016): Increased temperature, rather than elevated CO2, modulates the carbon assimilation of the Arctic kelps Saccharina latissima and Laminaria solidungula. Marine Biology, 163(12), 18 pp

Concepcion Iñiguez, Raquel Carmona, M Rosario Lorenzo, F Xavier Niell, Christian Wiencke & Francisco J L Gordillo
Ocean acidification and warming are affecting with special intensity the Arctic Ocean. Arctic coastal ecosystems are dominated by kelp forests with a high biomass production, which are expected to be directly affected by the increases in CO2 and temperature. This study presents the different physiological responses of the Arctic kelps Saccharina latissima and Laminaria solidungula from Kongsfjorden (Svalbard) cultured at 4 and 9 °C in combination with current (390 ppm) and increased (1200 ppm) levels...
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