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Atmospheric DMS in the Arctic Ocean and Its Relation to Phytoplankton Biomass

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Title
Atmospheric DMS in the Arctic Ocean and Its Relation to Phytoplankton Biomass
Other Titles
북극 대기 DMS 농도와 북극해 식물플랑크톤 번성 상관성 연구
Authors
Park, Ki-Tae
Ove Hermansen
Lee, Bang Yong
Jang, Sehyun
JAng, Eun-Ho
Yoon, Young Jun
Kim, Tae-Wook
Lee, Kitack
Subject
Environmental Sciences; Geosciences, Multidisciplinary;; Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences
Keywords
Air mass trajectory; Arctic Ocean; Phytoplankton; dimethyl sulfide
Issue Date
2018-03-07
Citation
Park, Ki-Tae, et al. 2018-03-07. "Atmospheric DMS in the Arctic Ocean and Its Relation to Phytoplankton Biomass". GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES, 32(3): 351-359.
Abstract
We recorded and analyzed the atmospheric dimethyl sulfide (DMS) mixing ratios at a remote Arctic location (Svalbard; 78.5°N, 11.8°E) during phytoplankton bloom periods in the years 2010, 2014, and 2015, and found varying regional relationships between the atmospheric DMS and the extent of exposure of the air mass to the phytoplankton biomass in the ocean surrounding the observation site. The DMS production capacity of the Greenland Sea was estimated to be a factor of 3 greater than that of the Barents Sea, whereas the phytoplankton biomass in the Barents Sea was more than 2-fold that in the Greenland Sea. These apparently contradictory results may be induced by the occurrence of a greater abundance of DMS-producing phytoplankton in the Greenland Sea than in the Barents Sea during the phytoplankton bloom periods.
URI
http://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/9430
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/2017GB005805
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