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1. Pressure effects On marine prokaryoTES (POTES) [POTES]
The ANR POTES program (Pressure effects On marine prokaryoTES) project concerns the role of marine micro-organisms in the mineralization of particulate (POM) and dissolved (DOM) organic matter and ...


2. OMMIX: Food-Web structure and carbon budget in a coastal area off Central Chile (36?S): Influence of mixotrophy and omnivory [OMMIX]
Classical and microbial pathways remain as a useful dichotomy for distinguishing the several fates of primary production in aquatic ecosystems. In most of our idealized concepts of food-web, we tend ...


3. Role of eukaryote pico- and nanoplankton in the biogeochemical processes of the deep sea. [Deep_Sea_Protists]
In this project we investigate the distribution and activity of the smallest eukaryotes of the deep sea in order to understand their ecology and contribution to biogeochemical processes. Using fluorescence ...


4. The Marine Carbon Cycle from North to South along the Galathea route [Galathea]
Aim: To collect a multidisciplinary dataset describing the upper ocean processes controlling ocean-atmosphere carbon exchange on a global scale.


5. Integration Analysis of North Adriatic Marine Ecosystem (ECOMADR) [ECOMADR]
Project aims to identify key components of the trophic web of marine ecosystem in the northern adriatic sea, and to provide a first assessment of energy fluxes among such compartments. Since in this ...


6. Key Processes and Sustainable Mechanisms of Ecosystem Food Production in the Coastal Ocean of China [KPFPC]
The scientists involved in this program will carry out integrated studies among multidisciplinary subjects by focusing on such a core as the coupling mechanism of the marine biogeochemical cycles ...


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