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Arctic plankton

Shrinking sea ice has triggered Arctic phytoplankton blooms an average of 50 days
earlier than 14 years ago.

Shrinking sea ice has triggered Arctic phytoplankton blooms an average of 50 days <br/>earlier than 14 years ago.

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Shifting spring: Arctic plankton blooming up to 50 days earlier now
Article | Climate researchers have long warned that the Arctic is particularly vulnerable to global warming. The dramatic shrinking of sea ice in areas circling the North Pole highlights those concerns.

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