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1 Scientists Have Long Believed That Ocean Viruses Always Quickly Kill Algae – They Were Wrong
2 Channeling a Bloom
3 Why is Hood Canal green? Meet Emiliania huxleyi
4 Norwegian Waters Have Turned a Vibrant Turquoise Color That Can Be Seen From Space
5 Researchers unravel reasons of global success in the calcified alga Emiliania huxleyi
6 A single-cell view on alga-virus interactions reveals sequential transcriptional programs and infection states
7 2 thoughts on “Why Norway's Fjords Are Turning Green”
8 This alga may be seeding the world's skies with clouds
9 Using microalgae to generate 3D photoluminescent microstructures
10 ‘Plankton explosion’ turns Istanbul’s Bosphorus turquoise
11 Phytoplankton on Decline in Southern Ocean
12 Istanbul's Bosphorus is transformed into a dazzling turquoise
13 Phytoplankton Factory in the Argentine Sea
14 Ocean acidification: The limits of adaptation: World's longest laboratory experiment with the single-celled calcifying alga Emiliania huxleyi reveals that evolutionary adaptation to acidification is restricted
15 The Carcasses of Tiny Marine Organisms Could Be Filling Our Sky With Clouds
16 Potential of disk-shaped small structures, coccoliths, to promote efficient bioenergy production
17 Top stories: fresh-baked fossils, cloud-seeding algae, and how ancient farmers braved global cooling
18 The Acid Test: Armor-Covered Plankton Adapt to Warming World
19 Why marine phytoplankton calcify
20 Phytoplankton responding to climate change
21 Coccolithophore growth and calcification -- a possible role for iron
22 Phytoplankton Have Turned The Bosphorus A Stunning Turquoise
23 Ocean Algae Can Evolve Fast to Tackle Climate Change
24 The damage wrought by acidic oceans hurts more than marine life and lasts longer than you think
25 Scientists look to remove CO2 from atmosphere by accelerating natural Earth processes
26 Could Massive White Cliffs Be Forming Beneath Antarctica's Ocean?
27 Giant virus genomes discovered lurking in DNA of common algae
28 Visualising algae-eating viruses from space
29 Viral Glycosphingolipids Induce Lytic Infection and Cell Death in Marine Phytoplankton
30 Ocean warming and acidification impact on calcareous phytoplankton and reduce its ability to sequester atmospheric carbon dioxide
31 'Cheshire Cat' Escape Strategy In Response To Marine Viruses
32 Researchers find one type of algae able to adapt to warming oceans
33 You wanted to know: what is this virus that infects the phytoplankton? (Part One)
34 When a relationship turns ugly
35 Turquoise Water Off California | The UCSB Current
36 Virus-host coexistence in phytoplankton through the genomic lens
37 Increases in certain algae could impact carbon cycle
38 Haptophytes as a model of cell-free biomineralization
39 Nutrient ratios in marine particulate organic matter are predicted by the population structure of well-adapted phytoplankton
40 Chalk-Producing Plankton Turn Ocean Turquoise
41 Potential of disk-shaped coccolith structures to promote efficient bioenergy production
42 You wanted to know: what are these phytoplankton?
43 How viruses have shaped the world
44 Carbon-sequestering ocean plants may cope with climate changes over the long run
45 Microscopic marine plants bioengineer their environment to enhance their own growth
46 Bacterial virulence against an oceanic bloom-forming phytoplankter is mediated by algal DMSP
47 Night of the Living Algae: To Survive Asteroid Impact, Algae Learned to Hunt
48 What Will Survive in Hot, Acidic Oceans?
49 Eco-physiological adaptation shapes the response of calcifying algae to nutrient limitation
50 Why Santa Barbara's coastal waters turned turquoise • Earth.com
51 The Black Sea Is Now Turquoise Thanks to a Massive Plankton Bloom
52 Thinking Too Much About Chalk : Krulwich Wonders...
53 Climate fix? 'Fertilizing' oceans with iron unlikely to sequester more carbon
54 Oceanographer Studies Clues to Global Warming, Develops Educational Tools for Science
55 Selective pressure against horizontally acquired prokaryotic genes as a driving force of plastid evolution
56 Viruses: an intimate 'enemy', yet essential for life on Earth
57 Study shows first evidence bacterial-induced apoptosis in algae
58 Increasing Levels Of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Cause A Rise In Ocean Plankton Calcification
59 What Gives the Beach That Smell? Sulfur-Making Algae
60 The reason why you can smell the seaside is traced to algal enzyme
61 20 local students are Regeneron Science scholars
62 Carbon-eaters on the Black sea
63 Which Ocean Species Will Outlast the Rising Acidity of Seawater?
64 Regulation of calcification site pH is a polyphyletic but not always governing response to ocean acidification
65 First evidence bacterial-induced apoptosis in algae: Microbiologists demonstrate apoptosis via bacterial pathogens in single-celled algae.
66 Calcification – Does It Pay Off in the Future Ocean?
67 Aquatic and terrestrial cyanobacteria produce methane
68 Sex, death, viruses, and the oceanic carbon cycle
69 Falmouth Public Schools Hold Annual Science Fair | Falmouth News
70 A World to Discover | UVM Today
71 Connecting marine productivity to sea-spray via nanoscale biological processes: Phytoplankton Dance or Death Disco?
72 Molecular fossils from phytoplankton reveal secular Pco2 trend over the Phanerozoic
73 Prasinovirus Attack of Ostreococcus Is Furtive by Day but Savage by Night
74 Bright blue seas spotted by NASA off Cornwall and Devon may not be good news after all
75 When the Mediteranean Sea flooded human settlements: Abrupt rise in sea level delayed the transition to agriculture in southeastern Europe
76 The Pangenome: Are Single Reference Genomes Dead?
77 Tiny but mighty: Ocean health depends on bacteria and viruses, so what should managers know about them?
78 Here's what happens when you combine science with hip hop, comic books, and zombies
79 Alien Waters: Neighboring Seas Are Flowing into a Warming Arctic Ocean
80 To Avoid a Viral Attack, Microbe Executes a "Cheshire Cat" Escape
81 Phytoplankton Calcification in a High-CO2 World
82 Nucleic and Amino Acid Sequences Support Structure-Based Viral Classification
83 Open science resources for the discovery and analysis of Tara Oceans data
84 Papers Find Mixed Impacts on Ocean Species from Rising CO2
85 Plankton May Hold Up Well to Ocean Acidification
86 Atmospheric benzenoid emissions from plants rival those from fossil fuels
87 Database of host-pathogen and related species interactions, and their global distribution
88 Ocean acidification is deadly threat to marine life, finds eight-year study
89 Bringing the microbial world into view
90 Technology publications | MBARI
91 Fayetteville-Manlius junior gets asteroid named after him for winning international science competition
92 New WTW Lab and Field Instrumentation Catalogue Now Available in English
93 Effect of light and nutrient availability on the release of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) by Caribbean turf algae
94 Human impact felt on Black Sea long before industrial era
95 Chlorovirus PBCV-1 Encodes an Active Copper-Zinc Superoxide Dismutase
96 Structure of world's largest single cell is reflected at the molecular level
97 Coccolithophore blooms in the southwest Atlantic
98 Planktonic growth and fishy futures. | Climate | The Earth Times
99 Scientists discover cause of mysterious turquoise waters off the coast of Santa Barbara
100 Students Earn Awards At State Science Fair | Landmarks