Eddies, not sunlight, spur annual phytoplankton bloom in North Atlantic

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Researchers have long believed that the longer days and calmer seas of spring set off an annual bloom of plants in the North Atlantic, but scientists have now discovered that warm eddies fuel the growth three weeks before the sun does....
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