Q&A Climate change may not kill phytoplankton, studies show

Given that phytoplankton are ubiquitous throughout our world and our environment, I feel they will be okay even when our temperatures rise higher. There are other articles that say phytoplankton won’t do well with higher temperatures – I disagree with this statement based on everything I have read. Time will tell us what phytoplankton will do when temperatures rise. Click here to read the entire article.


Tiny water plants can adapt to warmer world, but there are limits

Three new studies explore the role tiny microscopic marine creatures called phytoplankton could play in helping us understand, and fight, climate change.


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