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E. H. Shadwick, S. R. Rintoul, B. Tilbrook, G. D. Williams, N. Young, A. D. Fraser, H. Marchant, J. Smith and T. Tamura Glacier tongue calving reduced dense water formation and enhanced carbon uptake Geophysical Research Letters 40

Article first published online: 13 MAR 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/grl.50178

Key Points

  • Glacier calving causes sharp decline in dense shelf water formation
  • Freshwater input promotes phytoplankton growth, doubles seasonal carbon uptake
  • Meltwater-induced diatom bloom may provide modern analogue to deglaciation

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