Data from: Exploring the impact of multidecadal environmental changes on the population genetic structure of a marine primary producer

Nina Lundholm, Sofia Ribeiro, Anna Godhe, Lene Rostgaard Nielsen & Marianne Ellegaard
Many marine protists form resting stages that can remain viable in coastal sediments for several decades. Their long-term survival offers the possibility to explore the impact of changes in environmental conditions on population dynamics over multidecadal time scales. Resting stages of the phototrophic dinoflagellate Pentapharsodinium dalei were isolated and germinated from five layers in dated sediment cores from Koljö fjord, Sweden, spanning ca. 1910–2006. This fjord has, during the last century, experienced environmental fluctuations linked...
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