Research Highlight

Fukushima Daiichi-Derived Radionuclides in the Ocean: Transport, Fate, and Impacts [2017-6-9]
Transcriptomic and microRNAomic profiling reveals multi-faceted mechanisms to cope with phosphate stress in a dinoflagellate [2017-6-9]
Picocyanobacteria and deep-ocean fluorescent dissolved organic matter share similar optical properties [2017-6-8]
Heat-resistant cytosolic malate dehydrogenases (cMDHs) of thermophilicintertidal snails (genus Echinolittorina) : protein underpinnings of tolerance to body temperatures reaching 55ˇăC [2017-6-6]
Volcanic ash stimulates growth of marine autotrophic and heterotrophic microorganisms [2017-6-5]
Isotopic evidence for the influence of typhoons and submarine canyons on the sourcing and transport behavior of biospheric organic carbon to the deep sea [2017-5-27]
Millennial-scale ocean dynamics controlled export productivity in the subtropical North Pacific [2017-5-12]
Untangling the roles of microclimate, behavior and physiological polymorphism in governing vulnerability of intertidal snails to heat stress [2017-5-10]
Abundant and rare picoeukaryotic sub-communities present contrasting patterns in the epipelagic waters of marginal seas in the northwestern Pacific Ocean [2017-5-3]
The complex effects of ocean acidification on the prominent N2-fixing cyanobacterium Trichodesmium [2017-4-28]
Ocean acidification modulates expression of genes and physiological performance of a marine diatom [2017-4-6]
Physiological responses of coastal and oceanic diatoms to diurnal fluctuations in seawater carbonate chemistry under two CO22 concentrations [2017-1-6]
Solute transport into the Jiulong River estuary via pore water exchange and submarine groundwater discharge: New insights from 224Ra/228Th disequilibrium [2016-12-14]
Effects of varying growth irradiance and nitrogen sources on calcification and physiological performance of the coccolithophore Gephyrocapsa oceanica grown under nitrogen limitation [2016-11-18]
Decreased photosynthesis and growth with reduced respiration in the model diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum grown under elevated CO2 over 1800 generations [2016-11-3]
Lingfeng Forum #55: Dynamics and Modeling of Shelf Seas and Estuaries [2016-9-6]
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