DOI: 10.5194/bg-7-695-2010

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Particulate organic matter (PON, POC, POP) concentrations collected on R/V Roger Revelle cruise RR1604 along the hydrographic line IO9 in the Eastern Indian Ocean from March to April 2016 Methods
POM concentrations for carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and chemical oxygen from GO-SHIP Line P18 Legs 1 and 2 in 2016 and 2017 Methods
Weekly surface water samples from MICRO time series station at Newport Pier from 2012 to 2018 Methods
Depth profile data from R/V New Horizons NH1418 in the tropical Pacific from Sept-Oct. 2014 Methods
Biogeochemistry of microbial phosphorus uptake from cruises in the Sargasso Sea; Bermuda Atlantic Time-Series Station from 2011-2013 (Biological C:N:P ratios project) Methods
Phosphorus uptake kinetics by microbes to whole communities from R/V Atlantic Explorer AE1206, AE1319 in the Sargasso Sea; Bermuda Atlantic Time-Series Station from 2012-2013 (Biological C:N:P ratios project) Methods
Bulk phosphorus uptake by microbes from cruises in the NW Atlantic and western Sargasso Sea 2006-2013 (Biological C:N:P ratios project) Methods
Taxon-specific phosphorus uptake by microbes from NW Atlantic and western Sargasso Sea from 2007-2013 (Biological C:N:P ratios project) Methods
Phytoplankton diversity along with carbon and nitrogen uptake rates collected along the GO-SHIP IO9 repeat hydrography section of the Indian Ocean from R/V Roger Revelle cruise RR1604 from March to April 2016 Methods
Cell abundance, growth rate, cellular P quotas, and alkaline phosphatase activity from a laboratory experiment examining the response of three species of marine phytoplankton grown under different phosphorus (P) conditions Related Research
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APA
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Lomas, M. W., Burke, A. L., Lomas, D. A., Bell, D. W., Shen, C., Dyhrman, S. T., & Ammerman, J. W. (2010). Sargasso Sea phosphorus biogeochemistry: an important role for dissolved organic phosphorus (DOP). Biogeosciences, 7(2), 695–710. doi:10.5194/bg-7-695-2010
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DOI
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10.5194/bg-7-695-2010
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Publication