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Contributions of Long-Term Research and Time-Series Observations to Marine Ecology and Biogeochemistry
Annual Review of Marine Science
Time-series observations form a critical element of oceanography. New interdisciplinary efforts launched in the past two decades complement the few earlier, longer-running time series to build a better, though still poorly resolved, picture of lower-frequency ocean variability, the climate processes that drive variability, and the implications for food web dynamics, carbon storage, and climate feedbacks. Time series also enlarge our understanding of ecological processes and are integral fordoi:10.1146/annurev.marine.010908.163801 pmid:21141038 fatcat:xvdlrmwr4nhpdjggdpba5liape