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No. 352
April 2014


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Ancient Algal 'Tree Rings' Show Dramatic Decline in Arctic and Sub-Arctic Sea Ice


Adapted from Smithsonianscience.org

An ancient new player has entered the debate over global warming and it is pink.

Labrador fishermen call them "red rocks" because underwater they resemble odd-shaped pastry topped with thick pink frosting. The color is the living algae Clathromorphum compactum and the hard rocklike material on which it sits are layers of calcified crusts the algae deposit year after year. They grow in shallow water (49 to 55 feet deep) and are widely distributed in the Arctic and sub-Arctic Oceans.

Now, scientists from the University of Toronto, the Smithsonian Institution and other research organizations have discovered how to use these crusty layers to track changes in Arctic sea ice over centuries, says Jochen Halfar, an associate professor in the University of Toronto's Department of Chemical and Physical Sciences. Halfar is co-author of a paper printed in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences reporting that this newly tapped 'archive' shows a dramatic decrease in ice cover during the last 150 years.

Each year C. compactum can lay down a crust one-tenth to two-tenths of a millimeter thick. "They grow very slowly so if you get a specimen that is 8 or 9 inches thick you are talking about something that is well over 1,000 years old," explains co-author Walter Adey, algae expert at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. When viewed under a scanning electron microscope the layers offer an archive of the levels of sea ice in the Subarctic dating back centuries.

When cut and analyzed for its element composition, algal growth layers reveal pronounced chemical differences. Green indicates high amounts of magnesium that are incorporated into the calcite mineral structure during warm summer months, whereas blue reflects low amounts of magnesium characteristic of low temperatures. Circular spongy features are reproductive structures embedded in the algal skeleton. Scale is 1mm from top to bottom, 7 years of growth are shown. Image courtesy of Andreas Kronz.

When cut and analyzed for its element composition, algal growth layers reveal pronounced chemical differences. Green indicates high amounts of magnesium that are incorporated into the calcite mineral structure during warm summer months, whereas blue reflects low amounts of magnesium characteristic of low temperatures. Circular spongy features are reproductive structures embedded in the algal skeleton. Scale is 1mm from top to bottom, 7 years of growth are shown. Image courtesy of Andreas Kronz.

The algae's growth rates depend on the temperature of the water and the amount of light they receive. As snow-covered sea ice accumulates on the water over the algae, it turns the sea floor dark and cold, stopping the plants' growth. When the sea ice melts in the warm months, the algae resume growing their calcified crusts. This continuous cycle of dormancy and growth results in visible layers that can be used to determine the length of time the algae were able to grow each year during the ice-free season.

During several research cruises led by Adey divers retrieved specimens of C. compactum rocks for study from near-freezing seawater in the sub-Arctic. The more than 5,000 red rock samples Adey has collected are part of a growing climate archive housed at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History.

"It's the same principle as using rings to determine a tree's age and the levels of precipitation," Halfar says. "In addition to ring counting, we used radiocarbon dating to confirm the age of the algal layers."

After cutting and polishing the algae, Halfar took thousands of microscope images of each sample. The images were combined to give a complete overview of the fist-sized specimens.

"In addition these algae have what is called a high-magnesium calcite skeleton," Adey explains. "Basically, the higher the water temperature the more magnesium it lets into its skeleton. Magnesium levels are a precise record of temperature that can be read sometimes down to a week." Measuring the magnesium levels found in each growth layer is an additional method the scientists used to corroborate the growth periods indicated by the layer thickness.

Clathromorphum compactum red rock in Labrador. These crusts are commonly 100 years old, and under the right conditions can reach ages of more than 1,000 years. (Photo courtesy Walter Adey)

Clathromorphum compactum red rock in Labrador. These crusts are commonly 100 years old, and under the right conditions can reach ages of more than 1,000 years. (Photo courtesy Walter Adey)

During the Little Ice Age, a period of global cooling that lasted from the mid-1500s to the mid-1800s, the algae's annual growth increments were as narrow as 30 microns due to the extensive sea-ice cover, Halfar says. However, since 1850, the thickness of the algae's growth increments have more than doubled, bearing witness to an unprecedented decline in sea ice cover that has accelerated in recent decades.

These coralline algae represent not only a new method for climate reconstruction, but are vital to extending knowledge of the climate record back in time to permit more accurate modeling of future climate change, Halfar says. "In the north, there is nothing in the shallow oceans that tells us about climate, water temperature or sea ice coverage on an annual basis. These algae, which live over a thousand years, can now provide us with that information."

 


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Sánchez-Gómez, P., Navarro, T., Jiménez, J.F., Vera, J.B., Mota, J.F., and Del Río, J. 2013. Teucrium moleromesae (Lamiaceae): a new species of genus Teucrium sect. Montanum from the arid mountains of south-eastern Spain. Phytotaxa 151(1):58-62.

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Shabdin, Z., Culham, A., Simpson, D.A., and Meekiong, K. 2013. Mapania multiflora, a distinctive new species of Cyperaceae (Mapanioideae) from Borneo. Kew Bull. 68(4):673-678.

Shabtay, A., Tikochinski, Y., Benayahu, Y., and Rilov, G. 2014. Preliminary data on the genetic structure of a highly successful invading population of oyster suggesting its establishment dynamics in the Levant. Mar. Biol. Res. 10(4):407-415.

Sharifi, M., Farasat, H., Barani-Beiranv, H., Vaissi, S., and Foroozanfar, E. 2013. Notes on the distribution and abundance of the endangered Kaiser's mountain newt, Neurergus kaiseri (Caudata: Salamandridae), in southwestern Iran. Herpetol. Conserv. Biol. 8(3):724-731.

Sharma, S., Dutta, T., Maldonado, J.E., Wood, T.C., Panwar, H.S., and Seidensticker, J. 2013. Forest corridors maintain historical gene flow in a tiger metapopulation in the highlands of central India. Proc. Roy. Soc. B 280(1767):20131506.

Sheehan, E.V., Stevens, T.F., Gall, S.C., Cousens, S.L., and Attrill, M.J. 2013. Recovery of a temperate reef assemblage in a marine protected area following the exclusion of towed demersal fishing. PLoS ONE 8(12):e83883.

Shoo, L.P., and Catterall, C.P. 2013. Stimulating natural regeneration of tropical forest on degraded land: approaches, outcomes, and information gaps. Restor. Ecol. 21(6):670-677.

Shrestha, U.B., and Bawa, K.S. 2013. Dimensions of caterpillar fungus (Ophiocordyceps sinensis) decline - a response to Stewart et. al. Biol. Conserv. 167:448-449.

Shyu, E., Pardini, E.A., Knight, T.M., and Caswell, H. 2013. A seasonal, density-dependent model for the management of an invasive weed. Ecol. Appl. 23(8):1893-1905.

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Simonovic, P., Tošić, A., Vassilev, M., Apostolou, A., Mrdak, D., Ristovska, M., Kostov, V., Nikolić, V., Škraba, D., Vilizzi, L., and Copp, G.H. 2013. Risk assessment of non-native fishes in the Balkans Region using FISK, the invasiveness screening tool for non-native freshwater fishes. Mediterr. Mar. Sci. 14(2):369-376.

Skutsch, M.M., McCall, M.K., and Larrazabal, A.P. 2014. Balancing views on community monitoring: the case of REDD+. Biodivers. Conserv. 23(1):233-236.

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Staley, J.T., Bullock, J.M., Baldock, K.C.R., Redhead, J.W., Hooftman, D.A.P., Button, N., and Pywell, R.F. 2013. Changes in hedgerow floral diversity over 70 years in an English rural landscape, and the impacts of management. Biol. Conserv. 167:97-105.

Stellatelli, O.A., Vega, L.E., Block, C., and Cruz, F.B. 2013. Effects of tree invasion on the habitat use of sand lizards. Herpetologica 69(4):455-465.

Sterling, K.A., Warren, M.L., and Henderson, L.G. 2013. Conservation assessment of the Yazoo Darter (Etheostoma raneyi). Southeast. Nat. 12(4):816-842.

Stewart, M.O., Bushley, K.E., and Yang, Y.P. 2013. Regarding the social-ecological dimensions of caterpillar fungus (Ophiocordyceps sinensis) in the Himalayas - reply to Shrestha and Bawa. Biol. Conserv. 167:446-447.

Storch, I. 2013. Human disturbance of grouse - why and when? Wildlife Biol. 19(4):390-403.

Stronen, A.V., and Paquet, P.C. 2013. Perspectives on the conservation of wild hybrids. Biol. Conserv. 167:390-395.

Suárez-Esteban, A., Delibes, M., and Fedriani, J.M. 2013. Unpaved road verges as hotspots of fleshy-fruited shrub recruitment and establishment. Biol. Conserv. 167:50-56.

Superina, M., Pagnutti, N., and Abba, A.M. 2014. What do we know about armadillos? An analysis of four centuries of knowledge about a group of South American mammals, with emphasis on their conservation. Mammal Rev. 44(1):69-80.

Sutherland, D.R., and Dann, P. 2014. Population trends in a substantial colony of Little Penguins: three independent measures over three decades. Biodivers. Conserv. 23(1):241-250.

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Teh, L.C.L., Teh, L.S.L., and Jumin, R. 2013. Combining human preference and biodiversity priorities for marine protected area site selection in Sabah, Malaysia. Biol. Conserv. 167:396-404.

Tella, J.L., Rojas, A., Carrete, M., and Hiraldo, F. 2013. Simple assessments of age and spatial population structure can aid conservation of poorly known species. Biol. Conserv. 167:425-434.

Tews, J., Bert, D.G., and Mineau, P. 2013. Estimated mortality of selected migratory bird species from mowing and other mechanical operations in Canadian agriculture. Avian Conserv. Ecol. 8(2):8.

Thompson, K., and Gilbert, F. 2013. The effects of grazing on the endangered Sinai Thyme (Thymus decussatus) in a hyper-arid environment. J. Arid Environ. 99:14-22.

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Treggiari, A.A., Gagliardone, M., Pellegrino, I., and Cucco, M. 2013. Habitat selection in a changing environment: the relationship between habitat alteration and Scops Owl (Aves: Strigidae) territory occupancy. Italian J. Zool. 80(4):574-585.

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Tucker, G.C. 2013. Two new Neotropical species of Cyperus (Cyperaceae). Kew Bull. 68(4):619-623.

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Vedia, I., and Miranda, R. 2013. Review of the state of knowledge of crayfish species in the Iberian Peninsula. Limnetica 32(2):269-285.

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Volpato, G.H., and Martins, S.V. 2013. The bird community in naturally regenerating Myracrodruon urundeuva (Anacardiaceae) forest in Southeastern Brazil. Rev. Biol. Trop. 61(4):1585-1595.

Vrdoljak, S.M., and Samways, M.J. 2014. Agricultural mosaics maintain significant flower and visiting insect biodiversity in a global hotspot. Biodivers. Conserv. 23(1):133-148.

Wald, D.M., Jacobson, S.K., and Levy, J.K. 2013. Outdoor cats: identifying differences between stakeholder beliefs, perceived impacts, risk and management. Biol. Conserv. 167:414-424.

Walker, L.K., Armstrong, D.P., Brekke, P., Chauvenet, A.L.M., Kilner, R.M., and Ewen, J.G. 2013. Giving hihi a helping hand: assessment of alternative rearing diets in food supplemented populations of an endangered bird. Anim. Conserv. 16(5):538-545.

Wang, G.D., Middleton, B., and Jiang, M. 2013. Restoration potential of sedge meadows in hand-cultivated soybean fields in northeastern China. Restor. Ecol. 21(6):801-808.

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Webber, P.A., Bestgen, K.R., and Haines, G.B. 2013. Tributary spawning by endangered Colorado River basin fishes in the White River. North Am. J. Fish. Manag. 33(6):1166-1171.

Weber, N., Weber, S.B., Godley, B.J., Ellick, J., Witt, M., and Broderick, A.C. 2013. Telemetry as a tool for improving estimates of marine turtle abundance. Biol. Conserv. 167:90-96.

Webster, N.I., Keller, W.B., and Ramcharan, C.W. 2013. Restoration of zooplankton communities in industrially damaged lakes: influences of residual metal contamination and the recovery of fish communities. Restor. Ecol. 21(6):785-792.

Weiler, A., Von Holle, B., and Nickerson, D.M. 2013. Reducing biotic and abiotic land-use legacies to restore invaded, abandoned citrus groves. Restor. Ecol. 21(6):755-762.

Welch, J.R., Brondízio, E.S., Hetrick, S.S., and Coimbra, C.E.A. 2013. Indigenous burning as conservation practice: neotropical savanna recovery amid agribusiness deforestation in central Brazil. PLoS ONE 8(12):e81226.

Wielgus, R.B., Morrison, D.E., Cooley, H.S., and Maletzke, B. 2013. Effects of male trophy hunting on female carnivore population growth and persistence. Biol. Conserv. 167:69-75.

Wilhelm-Rechmann, A., Cowling, R.M., and Difford, M. 2014. Using social marketing concepts to promote the integration of systematic conservation plans in land-use planning in South Africa. Oryx 48(1):71-79.

Wilkie, E.M., Bishop, M.J., and O'Connor, W.A. 2013. The density and spatial arrangement of the invasive oyster Crassostrea gigas determines its impact on settlement of native oyster larvae. Ecol. Evol. 3(15):4851-4860.

Williams, S.L., Davidson, I.C., Pasari, J.R., Ashton, G.V., Carlton, J.T., Crafton, R.E., Fontana, R.E., Grosholz, E.D., Miller, A.W., Ruiz, G.M., and Zabin, C.J. 2013. Managing multiple vectors for marine invasions in an increasingly connected world. BioScience 63(12):952-966.

Winnard, A.L., Di Stefano, J., and Coulson, G. 2013. Habitat use of a critically-endangered species in a predator-free but degraded reserve in Australia. Wildlife Biol. 19(4):429-438.

Withey, J.C. 2013. Within-territory use of different land cover types by tropical forest birds in a fragmented landscape. Biol. Conserv. 167:405-413.

Wood, J.R.I. 2013. New records of Malvaceae from the Chiquitania of Eastern Bolivia. Kew Bull. 68(4):609-617.

Woodhouse, E., McGowan, P., and Milner-Gulland, E.J. 2014. Fungal gold and firewood on the Tibetan plateau: examining access to diverse ecosystem provisioning services within a rural community. Oryx 48(1):30-38.

Yao, T.L. 2013. Nine new species of Thottea (Aristolochiaceae) in Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore, with two taxa in Peninsular Malaysia redefined and a taxon lectotypified. Blumea 58(3):245-262.

Zapponi, L., Del Bianco, M., Luiselli, L., Catorci, A., and Bologna, M.A. 2013. Assessing environmental requirements effects on forest fragmentation sensitivity in two arboreal rodents. Mamm. Biol. 78(3):157-163.

Zhang, J.T., Zhang, B., Li, M., and Zhu, X.Z. 2013. Functional diversity and conservation of Phellodendron amurense communities in the Dongling Mountain of Beijing, China. Bot. Sci. 91(4):505-513.

Zhao, X., Wang, D., Turvey, S.T., Taylor, B., and Akamatsu, T. 2013. Distribution patterns of Yangtze finless porpoises in the Yangtze River: implications for reserve management. Anim. Conserv. 16(5):509-518.

Zhou, X.Y., Jiao, H.W., Dou, Y.S., Aryal, A., Hu, J., Hu, J.C., and Meng, X.X. 2013. The winter habitat selection of red panda (Ailurus fulgens) in the Meigu Dafengding National Nature Reserve, China. Curr. Sci. 105(10):1425-1429.

Zimmer, H.C., Auld, T.D., Benson, J., and Baker, P.J. 2014. Recruitment bottlenecks in the rare Australian conifer Wollemia nobilis. Biodivers. Conserv. 23(1):203-215.

Zimmerling, J.R., Pomeroy, A.C., d'Entremont, M.V., and Francis, C.M. 2013. Canadian estimate of bird mortality due to collisions and direct habitat loss associated with wind turbine developments. Avian Conserv. Ecol. 8(2):10.

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