Alex J. Poulton spends much of his time researching Oceanography, Phytoplankton, Plankton, Total organic carbon and Environmental science. His study deals with a combination of Oceanography and Nitrogen fixation. His Phytoplankton research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Diatom, Deep sea, Bloom and Chlorophyll a.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Carbon sequestration, Ocean fertilization, High-Nutrient, low-chlorophyll and Iron fertilization in addition to Deep sea. His research in Plankton tackles topics such as Biogeochemical cycle which are related to areas like Biomass and Abundance. Alex J. Poulton conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Environmental science and Carbon cycle through his research.
Alex J. Poulton focuses on Oceanography, Phytoplankton, Environmental science, Coccolithophore and Plankton. His Oceanography research incorporates themes from Ecology and Carbon cycle. The concepts of his Phytoplankton study are interwoven with issues in Diatom, Biomass, Biogeochemical cycle and Arctic.
His studies in Coccolithophore integrate themes in fields like Coccolith, Emiliania huxleyi, Total inorganic carbon and Calcite. Alex J. Poulton interconnects Deep sea and Total organic carbon in the investigation of issues within Calcite. His research investigates the connection between Plankton and topics such as Photic zone that intersect with problems in Dissolved organic carbon and Water column.
His primary areas of study are Environmental science, Remote sensing, Phytoplankton, Attenuation coefficient and SeaWiFS. His Phytoplankton study incorporates themes from Bloom and Oceanography. His Bloom study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biogenic silica and Temperate climate.
Alex J. Poulton mostly deals with Plankton in his studies of Oceanography. His work deals with themes such as Ciliate, Arctic and Chlorophyll a, which intersect with Plankton. His research integrates issues of Abundance and Niche in his study of Coccolithophore.
His primary scientific interests are in Oceanography, Phytoplankton, Total inorganic carbon, Environmental science and Marine ecosystem. His work carried out in the field of Oceanography brings together such families of science as Emiliania huxleyi and Carbon cycle. His Carbon cycle research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Dissolved organic carbon, Pelagic zone and Biogeochemistry.
His Total inorganic carbon study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Photosynthesis, Remote sensing, Particulates, photoperiodism and Environmental chemistry. His studies in Marine ecosystem integrate themes in fields like Chlorophyll a, Ciliate, Arctic and Plankton. His Plankton research incorporates themes from Cretaceous, Food chain and Darkness.
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Large-scale distribution of Atlantic nitrogen fixation controlled by iron availability
C. Mark Moore;C. Mark Moore;Matthew M. Mills;Eric P. Achterberg;Richard J. Geider.
Nature Geoscience (2009)
Southern Ocean deep-water carbon export enhanced by natural iron fertilization
Raymond T. Pollard;Ian Salter;Ian Salter;Richard J. Sanders;Richard J. Sanders;Mike I. Lucas.
Database of diazotrophs in global ocean: abundance, biomass and nitrogen fixation rates
Y. W. Luo;S. C. Doney;L. A. Anderson;Mar Benavides.
Earth System Science Data (2012)
Large-scale latitudinal distribution of Trichodesmium spp. in the Atlantic Ocean
Toby Tyrrell;Emilio Marañón;Alex J. Poulton;Andrew R. Bowie;Andrew R. Bowie.
Journal of Plankton Research (2003)
A global diatom database – abundance, biovolume and biomass in the world ocean
K. Leblanc;J. Arístegui;L. Armand;P. Assmy.
Earth System Science Data (2012)
Phytoplankton pigments and functional types in the Atlantic Ocean: A decadal assessment, 1995–2005
Jim Aiken;Yaswant Pradhan;Ray Barlow;Sam Lavender.
Deep-sea Research Part Ii-topical Studies in Oceanography (2009)
The relative contribution of fast and slow sinking particles to ocean carbon export
J. S. Riley;R. Sanders;C. Marsay;F. A. C. Le Moigne.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2012)
Relating coccolithophore calcification rates to phytoplankton community dynamics: Regional differences and implications for carbon export
Alex J. Poulton;Tim R. Adey;William M. Balch;Patrick M. Holligan.
Deep-sea Research Part Ii-topical Studies in Oceanography (2007)
Why marine phytoplankton calcify
Fanny M Monteiro;Lennart T. Bach;Colin Brownlee;Paul Bown.
Science Advances (2016)
The Biological carbon pump in the North Atlantic
Richard J. Sanders;Stephanie A. Henson;Marja Koski;Christina L. De la Rocha.
Progress in Oceanography (2014)
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