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- Zhao, Meixun, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Bacillariophyceae; Miozoa; algal blooms; anthropogenic activities; biomarkers; climate change; coasts; community structure; ecosystems; estuaries; nutrients; phosphorus; phytoplankton; silicates; silicon; East China Sea
- ... Ecosystem changes of the coastal areas of the East China Sea (ECS) during the past 30 years have been characterized by increased productivity and increased occurrences of dinoflagellate red tides; both were commonly attributed to be caused by anthropogenic input of nutrients. However, climate-driven regime shifts were found in the Pacific, but they have not been observed in the ECS owing to the la ...