Biodiversity of Arctic marine ecosystems and responses to climate change

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2012

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Biodiversity of Arctic marine ecosystems and responses to climate change. / Michel, C.; Bluhm, B.; Gallucci, V.; Gaston, A.J.; Gordillo, F.J.L.; Gradinger, R.; Hopcroft, R.; Jensen, N.; Mustonen, T.; Niemi, A.; Nielsen, Torkel Gissel.

In: Biodiversity, Vol. 13, No. 3-4, 2012, p. 200-214.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2012

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Michel, C, Bluhm, B, Gallucci, V, Gaston, AJ, Gordillo, FJL, Gradinger, R, Hopcroft, R, Jensen, N, Mustonen, T, Niemi, A & Nielsen, TG 2012, 'Biodiversity of Arctic marine ecosystems and responses to climate change' Biodiversity, vol 13, no. 3-4, pp. 200-214., 10.1080/14888386.2012.724048

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Michel, C., Bluhm, B., Gallucci, V., Gaston, A. J., Gordillo, F. J. L., Gradinger, R., ... Nielsen, T. G. (2012). Biodiversity of Arctic marine ecosystems and responses to climate change. Biodiversity, 13(3-4), 200-214. 10.1080/14888386.2012.724048

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Michel C, Bluhm B, Gallucci V, Gaston AJ, Gordillo FJL, Gradinger R, Hopcroft R, Jensen N, Mustonen T, Niemi A, Nielsen TG. 2012. Biodiversity of Arctic marine ecosystems and responses to climate change. Biodiversity. 13(3-4):200-214. Available from: 10.1080/14888386.2012.724048

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Michel C, Bluhm B, Gallucci V, Gaston AJ, Gordillo FJL, Gradinger R et al. Biodiversity of Arctic marine ecosystems and responses to climate change. Biodiversity. 2012;13(3-4):200-214. Available from: 10.1080/14888386.2012.724048

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Michel, C.; Bluhm, B.; Gallucci, V.; Gaston, A.J.; Gordillo, F.J.L.; Gradinger, R.; Hopcroft, R.; Jensen, N.; Mustonen, T.; Niemi, A.; Nielsen, Torkel Gissel / Biodiversity of Arctic marine ecosystems and responses to climate change.

In: Biodiversity, Vol. 13, No. 3-4, 2012, p. 200-214.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2012

Bibtex

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title = "Biodiversity of Arctic marine ecosystems and responses to climate change",
publisher = "Taylor & Francis",
author = "C. Michel and B. Bluhm and V. Gallucci and A.J. Gaston and F.J.L. Gordillo and R. Gradinger and R. Hopcroft and N. Jensen and T. Mustonen and A. Niemi and Nielsen, {Torkel Gissel}",
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RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - Biodiversity of Arctic marine ecosystems and responses to climate change

A1 - Michel,C.

A1 - Bluhm,B.

A1 - Gallucci,V.

A1 - Gaston,A.J.

A1 - Gordillo,F.J.L.

A1 - Gradinger,R.

A1 - Hopcroft,R.

A1 - Jensen,N.

A1 - Mustonen,T.

A1 - Niemi,A.

A1 - Nielsen,Torkel Gissel

AU - Michel,C.

AU - Bluhm,B.

AU - Gallucci,V.

AU - Gaston,A.J.

AU - Gordillo,F.J.L.

AU - Gradinger,R.

AU - Hopcroft,R.

AU - Jensen,N.

AU - Mustonen,T.

AU - Niemi,A.

AU - Nielsen,Torkel Gissel

PB - Taylor & Francis

PY - 2012

Y1 - 2012

N2 - The Arctic Ocean is undergoing major changes in many of its fundamental physical constituents, from a shift from <br/>multi- to first-year ice, shorter ice-covered periods, increasing freshwater runoff and surface stratification, to <br/>warming and alteration in the distribution of water masses. These changes have important impacts on the chemical <br/>and biological processes that are at the root of marine food webs, influencing their structure, function and <br/>biodiversity. Here we summarise current knowledge on the biodiversity of Arctic marine ecosystems and provide an <br/>overview of fundamental factors that structure ecosystem biodiversity in the Arctic Ocean. We also discuss climateassociated <br/>effects on the biodiversity of Arctic marine ecosystems and discuss implications for the functioning of <br/>Arctic marine food webs. Based on the complexity and regional character of Arctic ecosystem reponses to <br/>environmental changes, recommendations are made for the establishment of long-term observatories across the <br/>Arctic, in support of sustainable management and conservation actions

AB - The Arctic Ocean is undergoing major changes in many of its fundamental physical constituents, from a shift from <br/>multi- to first-year ice, shorter ice-covered periods, increasing freshwater runoff and surface stratification, to <br/>warming and alteration in the distribution of water masses. These changes have important impacts on the chemical <br/>and biological processes that are at the root of marine food webs, influencing their structure, function and <br/>biodiversity. Here we summarise current knowledge on the biodiversity of Arctic marine ecosystems and provide an <br/>overview of fundamental factors that structure ecosystem biodiversity in the Arctic Ocean. We also discuss climateassociated <br/>effects on the biodiversity of Arctic marine ecosystems and discuss implications for the functioning of <br/>Arctic marine food webs. Based on the complexity and regional character of Arctic ecosystem reponses to <br/>environmental changes, recommendations are made for the establishment of long-term observatories across the <br/>Arctic, in support of sustainable management and conservation actions

U2 - 10.1080/14888386.2012.724048

DO - 10.1080/14888386.2012.724048

JO - Biodiversity

JF - Biodiversity

SN - 1488-8386

IS - 3-4

VL - 13

SP - 200

EP - 214

ER -