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Title: Global Trends in Marine Plankton Diversity across Kingdoms of Life
Authors: Ibarbalz, Federico M.
Henry, Nicolas
Brandão, Manoela C.
Martini, Séverine
Busseni, Greta
Byrne, Hannah
Coelho, Luis Pedro
Endo, Hisashi  kyouindb  KAKEN_id  orcid https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0016-1624 (unconfirmed)
Gasol, Josep M.
Gregory, Ann C.
Mahé, Frédéric
Rigonato, Janaina
Royo-Llonch, Marta
Salazar, Guillem
Sanz-Sáez, Isabel
Scalco, Eleonora
Soviadan, Dodji
Zayed, Ahmed A.
Zingone, Adriana
Labadie, Karine
Ferland, Joannie
Marec, Claudie
Kandels, Stefanie
Picheral, Marc
Dimier, Céline
Poulain, Julie
Pisarev, Sergey
Carmichael, Margaux
Pesant, Stéphane
Babin, Marcel
Boss, Emmanuel
Iudicone, Daniele
Jaillon, Olivier
Acinas, Silvia G.
Ogata, Hiroyuki
Pelletier, Eric
Stemmann, Lars
Sullivan, Matthew B.
Sunagawa, Shinichi
Bopp, Laurent
de Vargas, Colomban
Karp-Boss, Lee
Wincker, Patrick
Lombard, Fabien
Bowler, Chris
Zinger, Lucie
Acinas, Silvia G.
Babin, Marcel
Bork, Peer
Boss, Emmanuel
Bowler, Chris
Cochrane, Guy
de Vargas, Colomban
Follows, Mick
Gorsky, Gabriel
Grimsley, Nigel
Guidi, Lionel
Hingamp, Pascal
Iudicone, Daniele
Jaillon, Olivier
Kandels, Stefanie
Karp-Boss, Lee
Karsenti, Eric
Not, Fabrice
Ogata, Hiroyuki
Pesant, Stéphane
Poulton, Nicole
Raes, Jeroen
Sardet, Christian
Speich, Sabrina
Stemmann, Lars
Sullivan, Matthew B.
Sunagawa, Shinichi
Wincker, Patrick
Author's alias: 遠藤, 寿
Keywords: plankton functional groups
macroecology
latitudinal diversity gradient
temperature
climate warming
Tara Oceans
trans-kingdom diversity
high-through
put sequencing
high-throughput imaging
Issue Date: 14-Nov-2019
Publisher: Elsevier BV
Journal title: Cell
Volume: 179
Issue: 5
Start page: 1084
End page: 1097.e21
Abstract: The ocean is home to myriad small planktonic organisms that underpin the functioning of marine ecosystems. However, their spatial patterns of diversity and the underlying drivers remain poorly known, precluding projections of their responses to global changes. Here we investigate the latitudinal gradients and global predictors of plankton diversity across archaea, bacteria, eukaryotes, and major virus clades using both molecular and imaging data from Tara Oceans. We show a decline of diversity for most planktonic groups toward the poles, mainly driven by decreasing ocean temperatures. Projections into the future suggest that severe warming of the surface ocean by the end of the 21st century could lead to tropicalization of the diversity of most planktonic groups in temperate and polar regions. These changes may have multiple consequences for marine ecosystem functioning and services and are expected to be particularly significant in key areas for carbon sequestration, fisheries, and marine conservation.
Rights: © 2019 The Author(s). Published by Elsevier Inc. This is an open access article under the CC BY-NC-ND license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/250043
DOI(Published Version): 10.1016/j.cell.2019.10.008
PubMed ID: 31730851
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