Effect of a warming climate on Arctic shelf and basin Calanus populations: implications for Pan-Arctic ecosystem dynamics
This data set comprises modeling results from a project describing potential coupled biological (life history, development rates, food availability) and physical (temperature, advection) processes determining the biogeography of two Arctic copepod Calanus spp. (C. hyperboreus and C. glacialis) and two sub-Arctic copepod Calanus spp. (C. finmarchicus and C. marshallae). Scenarios of warming and a lengthened growth season (dictated by food availability) also are tested. This data set links to a web site describing the project and the model in more detail and providing access to the model output (biological and physical fields) and to a manuscript in press.
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- author: Geoffrey W. Cowles
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- principalInvestigator: Changsheng Chen
- principalInvestigator: Rubao Ji <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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