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The rates at which phytoplankton communities assimilate inorganic carbon, aggregate biomass, and export organic carbon must be determined at highly resolved spatial and temporal scales in order to understand the ocean's role in the global carbon cycle. Such data are critical to advance work in global carbon modeling, and lack of this knowledge presently limits progress in understanding ocean carbon export, transfers of carbon to higher trophic levels and the net air-sea flux of carbon dioxide.doi:10.1029/2021gl095528 fatcat:ingoxxor6nedxlbtjll7b5jxaa