New evidence from the Baltic Sea: Seafloor biodiversity affects sediment nutrient cycling

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The global decline of biodiversity highlights the urgent need to understand how biodiversity contributes to ecosystem functionality. In the Baltic Sea, eutrophication-induced oxygen deficiency or hypoxia is the major problem for animals living on the seafloor. Hypoxia has resulted in dead or impoverished seafloor communities over vast areas....
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