Distribution of pelagic phytoplankton-derived lipid biomarkers along a transect from the East Sea to the Bering Sea : insights into their suitability as open-water indicators
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- Distribution of pelagic phytoplankton-derived lipid biomarkers along a transect from the East Sea to the Bering Sea : insights into their suitability as open-water indicators
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- 동해-베링해 횡단구간 부유식물플랑크톤 기원의유기분자생체지표 분포: PIP25 인덱스 사용 시 대양 환경지시자로서의 적합성 검토
- Gal, Jong-Ku
Simon T. Belt
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- Gal, Jong-Ku, et al. 2017. "Distribution of pelagic phytoplankton-derived lipid biomarkers along a transect from the East Sea to the Bering Sea : insights into their suitability as open-water indicators". Journal of the Geological Society of Korea, 53(4): 545-554.
- In this study we collected suspended particulate matter (SPM) along a transect from the East Sea to the Bering Sea from 18 to 28 July in 2015. We then analyzed the samples for the Arctic sea ice proxy IP25 together with various phytoplankton-derived lipids including a tri-unsaturated highly branched isoprenoid (HBI triene) and two sterols (brassicasterol and dinosterol) to assess the suitability of these compounds for the so-called PIP25 index in the western Arctic region as a proxy for sea ice change in the past. The distributions of some other commonly reported sterols (cholesterol and 24-methylene cholesterol) were also investigated. IP25 could not be detected in any of the samples analyzed, consistent with the nature of the sampling location and season, while the HBI triene was only detected at five sampling sites in the Northwest Pacific and the Bering Sea. In contrast, each of the sterols were detected at each sampling site. Interestingly, brassicasterol concentration showed a strong, positive relationship with cholesterol concentration, but no relationship with chlorophyll a, suggesting that the former might have been associated with not only marine phytoplankton but other sources in the study area, such as zooplankton.
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