Monitoring a changing Arctic: Recent advancements in the study of sea ice microbial communities

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Campbell, K., Matero, I., Bellas, C. et al. Monitoring a changing Arctic: Recent advancements in the study of sea ice microbial communities. Ambio 51, 318–332 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-021-01658-z

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Title: Monitoring a changing Arctic: Recent advancements in the study of sea ice microbial communities
Author: Campbell, Karley; Matero, Ilkka; Bellas, Christopher; Turpin-Jelfs, Thomas; Anhaus, Philipp; Graeve, Martin; Fripiat, Francois; Tranter, Martyn; Landy, Jack Christopher; Sanchez-Baracaldo, Patricia; Leu, Eva; Katlein, Christian; Mundy, C. J; Rysgaard, Søren; Tedesco, Letizia; Haas, Christian; Nicolaus, Marcel
Contributor organization: Suomen ympäristökeskus
The Finnish Environment Institute
Publisher: Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
Date: 2022
Language: en
Belongs to series: Ambio
ISSN: 0044-7447
1654-7209
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-021-01658-z
URI: http://urn.fi/URN:NBN:fi-fe2022050533187
http://hdl.handle.net/10138/343348
Abstract: Sea ice continues to decline across many regions of the Arctic, with remaining ice becoming increasingly younger and more dynamic. These changes alter the habitats of microbial life that live within the sea ice, which support healthy functioning of the marine ecosystem and provision of resources for human-consumption, in addition to influencing biogeochemical cycles (e.g. air–sea CO2 exchange). With the susceptibility of sea ice ecosystems to climate change, there is a pressing need to fill knowledge gaps surrounding sea ice habitats and their microbial communities. Of fundamental importance to this goal is the development of new methodologies that permit effective study of them. Based on outcomes from the DiatomARCTIC project, this paper integrates existing knowledge with case studies to provide insight on how to best document sea ice microbial communities, which contributes to the sustainable use and protection of Arctic marine and coastal ecosystems in a time of environmental change.
Subject: biogeokemia
ilmastonmuutokset
jää
merijää
levät
mikrobit
eliöyhteisöt
biomassa
seuranta
mallit
mallintaminen
meret
rannikot
arktinen alue
algae
biogeochemistry
climate change
climate changes
microbes
modeling
sea ice
Rights: CC BY 4.0


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