Plankton Bloom Discovery Prompts Scientists To Rethink Arctic Food Web

	Insect of the Sea A copepod, one of the most abundent zooplankton. The small square objects are diatoms (photosynthetic plankton). Taken through a microscope. A discovery of large blooms of plankton under sea ice off the coast of Alaska is forcing scientists to re-think their theories about the food web of the Arctic Ocean.

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