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Title

Acceleration of cyanobacterial dominance in north temperatesubarctic lakes during the Anthropocene

AuthorsTaranu, Zofia E.; Gregory- Eaves, Irene; Leavitt, P. R.; Bunting, L.; Buchaca, Teresa ; Catalán, Jordi; Domaizon, Isabelle; Guilizzoni, Piero; Lami, A. ; McGowan, S.; Moorhouse, Heather; Morabito, G.; Pick, Frances R.; Stevenson, Mark A.; Thompson, Patrick L.; Vinebrooke, Rolf D.
KeywordsPaleolimnology
Regression tree
Anthropocene
Climate change
Cyanobacteria
Eutrophication
Long-term trends
Meta-analysis
Issue Date2015
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons
CitationEcology Letters : doi: 10.1111/ele.12420 (2015)
AbstractIncreases in atmospheric temperature and nutrients from land are thought to be promoting the expansion of harmful cyanobacteria in lakes worldwide, yet to date there has been no quantitative synthesis of long-term trends. To test whether cyanobacteria have increased in abundance over the past ~ 200 years and evaluate the relative influence of potential causal mechanisms, we synthesised 108 highly resolved sedimentary time series and 18 decadal-scale monitoring records from north temperate-subarctic lakes. We demonstrate that: (1) cyanobacteria have increased significantly since c. 1800 CE, (2) they have increased disproportionately relative to other phytoplankton, and (3) cyanobacteria increased more rapidly post c. 1945 CE. Variation among lakes in the rates of increase was explained best by nutrient concentration (phosphorus and nitrogen), and temperature was of secondary importance. Although cyanobacterial biomass has declined in some managed lakes with reduced nutrient influx, the larger spatio-temporal scale of sedimentary records show continued increases in cyanobacteria throughout the north temperate-subarctic regions.
Description10 páginas, 4 figuras.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ele.12420
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/112561
DOI10.1111/ele.12420
ISSN1461-023X
E-ISSN1461-0248
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