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Like the smallest data point that can be the key to redefining an industry, plankton are key to Earth’s massively intricate ecosystems. A large and thriving plankton population is crucial. These organisms uptake 25% of CO2 released from burning fossil fuels every year. They also form the foundation for marine and terrestrial food chains. Because they are susceptible to small changes in temperature or water chemistry, plankton populations serve as an indicator for broader ocean health. A drop in plankton populations can be a predictor of devastating effects on our world. - See more at: http://www.datasciencebowl.com

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Like the smallest data point that can be the key to redefining an industry, plankton are key to Earth’s massively intricate ecosystems. A large and thriving plankton population is crucial. These organisms uptake 25% of CO2 released from burning fossil fuels every year. They also form the foundation for marine and terrestrial food chains. Because they are susceptible to small changes in temperature or water chemistry, plankton populations serve as an indicator for broader ocean health. A drop in plankton populations can be a predictor of devastating effects on our world. - See more at: http://www.datasciencebowl.com

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