Phytoplankton Blooms are Moving into New Territory in the Arctic Ocean

https://e360.yale.edu/digest/phytoplankton-blooms-are-moving-into-new-territory-in-the-arctic-ocean

As global temperatures rise and the Arctic Ocean becomes increasingly sea ice-free, phytoplankton blooms are expanding northward at a rate of 1 degree of latitude — or 69 miles — per decade, moving into waters where they have never been seen before, according to a new study in the journal Geophysical Research Letters.

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Original Title: Phytoplankton Blooms are Moving into New Territory in the Arctic Ocean
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