Auxiliary Matrial Table S1.pdfPDF document114KBEC-CCSM model equations and parameters.
Auxiliary Material Figure S1.pdfPDF document30KAverage annual cycles in chlorophyll for the 14 subarctic Atlantic bins.
Auxiliary Matrial Figure S2.pdfPDF document31KAverage annual cycles in phytoplankton carbon for the 14 subarctic Atlantic bins.
Auxiliary Matrial Figure S3.pdfPDF document183KTemporal correlations between phytoplankton carbon and chlorophyll inventories and concentrations.
Auxiliary Matrial Figure S4.pdfPDF document216KKey physical and ecosystems properties in all 14 subarctic Atlantic bins based on SeaWiFS and data-assimilating mixing model data.
Auxiliary Matrial Figure S5.pdfPDF document18KRelationship between maximum winter mixed layer depth and maximum ΣChl for all bins and all years over the study period.
Auxiliary Matrial Figure S6.pdfPDF document64KLight and temperature variability in the 14 subarctic Atlantic bins over the 1997 to 2007 study period.
Auxiliary Marial Figure S7.pdfPDF document73KEvaluation of BEC-CCSM results to key ecosystem parameters during the early winter bloom initiation.
Auxiliary Marial Figure S8.pdfPDF document124KComparison of annual cycles in phytoplankton net accumulation rates, r, calculated as in the main manuscript versus for a fixed water column integration depth.
Auxiliary Marial Figure S9.pdfPDF document145KBEC-CCSM forward projections of maximum mixed layer depth from 2005 to 2100 for each of the 14 subarctic Atlantic bins.
Auxiliary Marial Figure S10.pdfPDF document249KRelationships between maximum winter mixed layer depth and SeaWiFS-based bloom climax phytoplankton carbon and chlorophyll concentrations.
Auxiliary Material Readme.docWord document31KSupporting Information

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