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Five years of experimental warming increases the biodiversity and productivity of phytoplankton communities.

Published on: 
2015
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University of Kansas Ecosystem Research Group
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Yvon-Durocher, G., A. Allen, M. Cellamare, M. Dossena, K. Gaston, M. Leitao, J. Montoya, D. Reuman, G. Woodward, and M. Trimmer. 2015. “Five years of experimental warming increases the biodiversity and productivity of phytoplankton communities.” PLoS Biology (December) 10.1371/journal.pbio.1002324.

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