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and plankton are associated with surface versus deep, upwelled water? How does the rapid influx of new nutrients influence algal blooms typically associated with the end the dry season? These are just a few of the questions that we are addressing with the Panama observatory at LJL."

Another proposed site is on the Caribbean side of the Panamanian Isthmus near the Smithsonian Tropical Research Station at Bocas de Toro. Comparing the Bocas de Toro site, which is non-upwelling, with the strongly upwelling LJL site will provide a natural experiment to test the hypothesis that organisms exposed to corrosive (low pH) upwelled water have developed physiological adaptations allowing them to grow and reproduce under conditions we would expect to see 50 years from now throughout the world ocean.


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