Melting out of sea ice causes greater photosynthetic stress in algae than freezing in

Blackwell Publishing
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Journal Of Phycology, 2007, 43 (5), pp. 948 - 956
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Sea ice is the dominant feature of polar oceans and contains significant quantities of microalgae. When sea ice forms and melts, the microalgal cells within the ice matrix are exposed to altered salinity and irradiance conditions, and subsequently, their
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