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The South Pacific Ocean Time series (SPOT) station : first focus on the diazotrophs community

Abstract : The SPOT station (168°E-20°S,-4500 m) is a recent deep-sea and multidisciplinary marine research observation station whose objective is to establish the first long-time series of basic parameters in the South West Pacific. The primary studies concern the biodiversity, the productivity of key Plankton Functional Types, the biogeochemistry of carbon and nitrogen cycles, and their impact on the reef and coastal ecosystems' productivity. SPOT station is based on the same philosophy of long-lasting observation as HOT (Hawaii Ocean Time-series). The data will be used to describe and understand the seasonal and long-term variations of the SouthWest Pacific ecosystem related to ENSO (El Niño Southern Oscillation).
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Isabelle Biegala, Jérôme Aucan, A Desnues, Martine Rodier, Cécile Dupouy, et al.. The South Pacific Ocean Time series (SPOT) station : first focus on the diazotrophs community. ASLO-14, Mar 2014, Honolulu, United States. ⟨ird-03759292⟩

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