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Al-Janabi, Balsam; Kruse, Inken; Graiff, Angelika; Winde, Vera; Lenz, Mark; Wahl, Martin (2015): Phenotypical responses of Fucus vesiculosus germlings to warming, acidification, nutrient enrichment and local upwelling under natural fluctuations (July - September 2014). PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.853938, Supplement to: Al-Janabi, B et al. (2016): Buffering and Amplifying Interactions among OAW (Ocean Acidification & Warming) and Nutrient Enrichment on Early Life-Stage Fucus vesiculosus L. (Phaeophyceae) and Their Carry Over Effects to Hypoxia Impact. PLoS ONE, 11(4), e0152948, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0152948

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Abstract:
During summer 2014 (mid-July - mid-September 2014), early life-stage Fucus vesiculosus were exposed to combined ocean acidification and warming (OAW) in the presence and absence of enhanced nutrient levels (OAW x N experiment). Subsequently, F. vesiculosus germlings were exposed to a final upwelling disturbance during 3 days (mid-September 2014). Experiments were performed in the near-natural scenario "Kiel Outdoor Benthocosms" including natural fluctuations in the southwestern Baltic Sea, Kiel Fjord, Germany (54°27 'N, 10°11 'W). Genetically different sibling groups and different levels of genetic diversity were employed to test to which extent genetic variation would result in response variation.
The data presented here show the phenotypical response (growth and survival) of the different experimental populations of F. vesiculosus under OAW, nutrient enrichment and the upwelling event. Log effect ratios demonstrate the responses to enhanced OAW and nutrient concentrations relative to the ambient conditons. Carbon, nitrogen content (% DW) and C:N ratios were measured after the exposure of ambient and high nutrient levels. Abiotic conditions the OAW x nutrient experiment and the upwelling event, are shown.
Coverage:
Latitude: 54.330000 * Longitude: 10.150000
Date/Time Start: 2014-07-14T00:00:00 * Date/Time End: 2014-09-12T12:12:00
Event(s):
Fjord (Kiel Fjord) * Latitude: 54.330000 * Longitude: 10.150000
Comment:
Kiel Outdoor Benthocosms
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  1. Al-Janabi, B (2015): Phenotypical responses of Fucus vesiculosus germlings to warming, acidification, nutrient enrichment and local upwelling under natural fluctuations (July - September 2014) - Carbon and nitrogen OAW x N experiment. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.853935
  2. Al-Janabi, B (2015): Phenotypical responses of Fucus vesiculosus germlings to warming, acidification, nutrient enrichment and local upwelling under natural fluctuations (July - September 2014) - Growth rate - OAW x N experiment. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.854026
  3. Al-Janabi, B (2015): Phenotypical responses of Fucus vesiculosus germlings to warming, acidification, nutrient enrichment and local upwelling under natural fluctuations (July - September 2014) - Survival - OAW x N experiment. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.853934
  4. Al-Janabi, B (2015): Phenotypical responses of Fucus vesiculosus germlings to warming, acidification, nutrient enrichment and local upwelling under natural fluctuations (July - September 2014) - Survival during local upwelling. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.853937
  5. Al-Janabi, B (2015): Phenotypical responses of Fucus vesiculosus germlings to warming, acidification, nutrient enrichment and local upwelling under natural fluctuations (July - September 2014) - Temperature and Oxygen during local upwelling. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.853932
  6. Al-Janabi, B (2015): Phenotypical responses of Fucus vesiculosus germlings to warming, acidification, nutrient enrichment and local upwelling under natural fluctuations (July - September 2014) -Temperature, pH, Salinity - OAW x N experiment. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.853936