Virginia Institute of Marine Science
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VIMS 75th Anniversary Alumni Research Symposium
Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA
The Western Antarctic Peninsula (WAP) is a region that has undergone significant change over the past several decades due to unprecedented increases sea surface temperature and decreases in sea ice cover. The ongoing Palmer Antarctica Long-Term Ecological Research (PAL LTER) study shows that these environmental changes are significantly affecting the marine pelagic ecosystem along the WAP. The goal of this study was to analyze diel vertical distribution patterns of zooplankton along the WAP.
Poster, VIMS 75th Anniversary, Institute History, Alumni, Antarctica, Zooplankton
Thibodeau, Patricia S.; Conroy, John A.; and Steinberg, Deborah K.. "Diel Vertical Distribution Patterns of Zooplankton along the Western Antarctic Peninsula". 10-9-2015. VIMS 75th Anniversary Alumni Research Symposium.
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