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Frontiers in Marine Science | www.frontiersin.org July 2020 | Volume 7 | Article 515 Tripathy et al. Biophysical Control on Phytoplankton Variability and IPP (328 mgC m −2 d −1 ) observed at RT-2 was clearly linked to low sea surface height anomaly (SSHA), cyclonic disturbance, and associated positive Ekman suction. Conversely, high SSHA and strong stratification conditions prevailed at TS, RT-4, and RT-6 stations leading to comparatively lower IPP 252, and 243 mgC m −2 d −1 ), respectively.doi:10.3389/fmars.2020.00515 fatcat:dio533qfwvghdfbfr3a3zm3edi