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Abstract. In the North Atlantic Ocean north of 40∘ N, intense biological productivity occurs to form the base of a highly productive marine food web. SeaWiFS satellite observations indicate trends of biomass in this region over 1998–2007. Significant biomass increases occur in the northwest subpolar gyre and there are simultaneous significant declines to the east of 30–35∘ W. These short-term changes, attributable to internal variability, offer an opportunity to explore the mechanisms of thedoi:10.5194/bg-15-6049-2018 fatcat:y2ljrwlqhrgwdoegxdnqt7vwqq