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First Complex Systems Digital Campus World E-Conference 2015
In contrast to terrestrial environments, the open ocean has a dynamics whose timescales overlap with the demography of the organisms it hosts. In particular, so called meso-and submeso-scale processes (1-100 km, days to weeks) have been shown to play a key role in structuring the distribution of phytoplankton, which form the large majority of the base of the trophic chain  . However, how the (sub)mesoscale turbulence affect higher trophic levels, which have typically swimming capabilities,doi:10.1007/978-3-319-45901-1_19 fatcat:tcscaw5lg5cbhhngkosipjk7ma