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      Impacts of climate change on marine ecosystem production in societies dependent on fisheries

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            It is now widely accepted that global warming is occurring, yet its effects on the world's largest ecosystem, the marine pelagic realm, are largely unknown. We show that sea surface warming in the Northeast Atlantic is accompanied by increasing phytoplankton abundance in cooler regions and decreasing phytoplankton abundance in warmer regions. This impact propagates up the food web (bottom-up control) through copepod herbivores to zooplankton carnivores because of tight trophic coupling. Future warming is therefore likely to alter the spatial distribution of primary and secondary pelagic production, affecting ecosystem services and placing additional stress on already-depleted fish and mammal populations.
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                Journal
                Nature Climate Change
                Nature Clim Change
                Springer Science and Business Media LLC
                1758-678X
                1758-6798
                March 2014
                February 23 2014
                March 2014
                : 4
                : 3
                : 211-216
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                10.1038/nclimate2119
                © 2014

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