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Hyperborean microbiome on the coastline of a highly vacillating ecosystem

2 coastal areas (Adventfjorden-Andvendalen, Bilefjorden) will be described in respect of habitat and cyanobacteria/microalgae community diversity. Main ecological parameters (physico-chemical conditions, description of habitats including geographical and ecological properties), ecophysiological performances and dominant species will be recorded.

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2017-07-28

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2017-09-01

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  • marine biology

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  • biosphere / aquatic ecosystems / benthic habitat
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Summary

An ecophysiological assay of the microphytobenthic community in different habitats along the arctic sea shore will be performed. Our aim in this study is to provide a seminal background knowledge on arctic microphybenthos ecological traits which will promote further research on that very poorly known topic. The coastal zone of the Arctic Ocean is among the ecosystems most affected by current sea level increase and by increasing coastal pressures both anthropogenic and environmental. It is the site of dramatic changes in not only the land and ocean but also in the cryosphere and biosphere. This study will come in line with broader researches carried out by The International Arctic Science Committee and its working group “Arctic Coastal Dynamics - http://acd.arcticportal.org/” which coordinates circumpolar research on physical and biological processes unique to Arctic coasts.

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