Data from: Physiological and ecological drivers of early spring blooms of a coastal phytoplankter

Kristen R. Hunter-Cevera, Michael G. Neubert, Robert J. Olson, Andrew R. Solow, Alexi Shalapyonok & Heidi M. Sosik
Climate affects the timing and magnitude of phytoplankton blooms that fuel marine food webs and influence global biogeochemical cycles. Changes in bloom timing have been detected in some cases, but the underlying mechanisms remain elusive, contributing to uncertainty in long-term predictions of climate change impacts. Here we describe a 13-year hourly time series from the New England shelf of data on the coastal phytoplankter Synechococcus, during which the timing of its spring bloom varied by...
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