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Biogeosciences, 15, 551–565, 2018
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Special issue: The Ocean in a High-CO2 World IV

Biogeosciences, 15, 551–565, 2018
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Research article 29 Jan 2018

Research article | 29 Jan 2018

Interactive network configuration maintains bacterioplankton community structure under elevated CO2 in a eutrophic coastal mesocosm experiment

Xin Lin et al.
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We examine the effects of elevated CO2 on bacterioplankton community during a mesocosm experiment in subtropical, eutrophic coastal waters in southern China. We found that the elevated CO2 hardly altered the network structure of the bacterioplankton taxa present with high abundance but appeared to reassemble the community network of taxa with low abundance. Results suggest that the bacterioplankton community in this subtropical, high-nutrient coastal environment is insensitive to elevated CO2.
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