Articles | Volume 12, issue 21
Research article
09 Nov 2015
Research article |  | 09 Nov 2015

C : N : P stoichiometry at the Bermuda Atlantic Time-series Study station in the North Atlantic Ocean

A. Singh, S. E. Baer, U. Riebesell, A. C. Martiny, and M. W. Lomas


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Stoichiometry of macronutrients in the subtropical ocean is important to understand how biogeochemical cycles are coupled. We observed that elemental stoichiometry was much higher in the dissolved organic-matter pools than in the particulate organic matter pools. In addition ratios vary with depth due to changes in growth rates of specific phytoplankton groups, namely cyanobacteria. These data will improve biogeochemical models by placing observational constraints on these ratios.
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