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Phytoplankton decline coincides with warming temperatures over the last 150 years
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s***@gmail.com
2019-05-13 12:04:10 UTC
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Phytoplankton decline coincides with warming temperatures over the last 150 years
https://phys.org/news/2019-05-phytoplankton-decline-coincides-temperatures-years.html

"Virtually all marine life depends on the productivity of phytoplankton—microscopic organisms that work tirelessly at the ocean's surface to absorb the carbon dioxide that gets dissolved into the upper ocean from the atmosphere.

"Through photosynthesis, these microbes break down carbon dioxide into oxygen, some of which ultimately gets released back to the atmosphere, and organic carbon, which they store until they themselves are consumed. This plankton-derived carbon fuels the rest of the marine food web, from the tiniest shrimp to giant sea turtles and humpback whales.

"Now, scientists at MIT, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), and elsewhere have found evidence that phytoplankton's productivity is declining steadily in the North Atlantic, one of the world's most productive marine basins.

"In a paper appearing today in Nature, the researchers report that phytoplankton's productivity in this important region has gone down around 10 percent since the mid-19th century and the start of the Industrial era. This decline coincides with steadily rising surface temperatures over the same period of time."
benj
2019-05-13 12:21:02 UTC
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Phytoplankton decline coincides with warming temperatures over the last 150 years
https://phys.org/news/2019-05-phytoplankton-decline-coincides-temperatures-years.html
"Virtually all marine life depends on the productivity of phytoplankton—microscopic organisms that work tirelessly at the ocean's surface to absorb the carbon dioxide that gets dissolved into the upper ocean from the atmosphere.
"Through photosynthesis, these microbes break down carbon dioxide into oxygen, some of which ultimately gets released back to the atmosphere, and organic carbon, which they store until they themselves are consumed. This plankton-derived carbon fuels the rest of the marine food web, from the tiniest shrimp to giant sea turtles and humpback whales.
"Now, scientists at MIT, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), and elsewhere have found evidence that phytoplankton's productivity is declining steadily in the North Atlantic, one of the world's most productive marine basins.
"In a paper appearing today in Nature, the researchers report that phytoplankton's productivity in this important region has gone down around 10 percent since the mid-19th century and the start of the Industrial era. This decline coincides with steadily rising surface temperatures over the same period of time."
Liar. Sea temperatures are not rising. Lying and fake data is not
permitted in science, asshat. Phytoplankton is important and perhaps one
should look to killed by pollution. But you (and MIT woods hole) have a
political tax agenda here, don't you?

Note how data is your fantasy models while real data shows no rise in
sea temp. Liar-crook.

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Thank you or doing your part to have science lose all credibility, Asshat.
sergIo
2019-05-13 16:41:15 UTC
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Phytoplankton decline coincides with warming temperatures over the last 150 years
   
https://phys.org/news/2019-05-phytoplankton-decline-coincides-temperatures-years.html
"Virtually all marine life depends on the productivity of
phytoplankton—microscopic organisms that work tirelessly at the
ocean's surface to absorb the carbon dioxide that gets dissolved into
the upper ocean from the atmosphere.
"Through photosynthesis, these microbes break down carbon dioxide into
oxygen, some of which ultimately gets released back to the atmosphere,
and organic carbon, which they store until they themselves are
consumed. This plankton-derived carbon fuels the rest of the marine
food web, from the tiniest shrimp to giant sea turtles and humpback
whales.
"Now, scientists at MIT, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI),
and elsewhere have found evidence that phytoplankton's productivity is
declining steadily in the North Atlantic, one of the world's most
productive marine basins.
"In a paper appearing today in Nature, the researchers report that
phytoplankton's productivity in this important region has gone down
around 10 percent since the mid-19th century and the start of the
Industrial era. This decline coincides with steadily rising surface
temperatures over the same period of time."
Liar. Sea temperatures are not rising. Lying and fake data is not
permitted in science, asshat. Phytoplankton is important and perhaps one
should look to killed by pollution. But you (and MIT woods hole) have a
political tax agenda here, don't you?
Note how data is your fantasy models while real data shows no rise in
sea temp. Liar-crook.
https://www.mrk-inc.com/Docs/bspam2/AGWIndianSeaTemp.png
Thank you or doing your part to have science lose all credibility, Asshat.
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"Through photosynthesis, these microbes break down carbon dioxide into oxygen,...."

In fact, not.

It was discovered via isotope tracing that released oxygen has its origin in water.

Hydrogen from water, bound to reduction enzymes, is then reducing bound carbon dioxide, what leads via long way to glucose.
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