08 Jun '11, 8pm

Jellyfish Blooms Increase Carbon Emissions, Upend Marine Food Webs

Jellyfish Blooms Increase Carbon Emissions, Upend Marine Food Webs

The presence of this carbon-rich food source did not only increase carbon dioxide emissions, however, it also led to an increase in the population of microbes that were once rare in the areas researched. This finding, Condon says, shows that jellyfish blooms are not only changing the function of food webs but their form—at a fundamental level—as well.

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