Unexpected Life Found at the Bottom of High Arctic Lakes

1st August 2017

“Warmer temperatures mean the Canadian High Arctic’s shallow lakes are no longer freezing to the bottom, allowing tiny creatures to thrive. Researchers predict these new conditions will be inhospitable to fish and will produce more greenhouse gases.”

The News Deeply article identifies the importance of the zooplankton Calanus in the marine food web, as part of the DIAPOD project.