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https://doi.org/10.5194/sp-1-osr7-13-2023
https://doi.org/10.5194/sp-1-osr7-13-2023
27 Sep 2023
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Unusual coccolithophore blooms in Scottish waters

Richard Renshaw, Eileen Bresnan, Susan Kay, Robert McEwan, Peter I. Miller, and Paul Tett

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There were two unusual blooms in Scottish waters in summer 2021. Both turned the sea a turquoise colour visible from space, typical of coccolithophore blooms. We use reanalysis and satellite data to examine the environment that led to these blooms. We suggest unusual weather was a contributory factor in both cases.
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