Data from: Phytoplankton community interactions and environmental sensitivity in coastal and offshore habitats

Jennifer R. Griffiths, Susanna Hajdu, Andrea S. Downing, Olle Hjerne, Ulf Larsson & Monika Winder
Assessing the relative importance of environmental conditions and community interactions is necessary for evaluating the sensitivity of biological communities to anthropogenic change. Phytoplankton communities have a central role in aquatic food webs and biogeochemical cycles, therefore, consequences of differing community sensitivities may have broad ecosystem effects. Using two long-term time series (28 and 20 years) from the Baltic Sea, we evaluated coastal and offshore major phytoplankton taxonomic group biovolume patterns over annual and monthly time-scales...
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