Rates of photosynthesis and phytoplankton growth in Shagawa Lake, Minnesota
Robert Ordell Megard, United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Monitoring
For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1973 - Eutrophication - 70 pages
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14 August algal Aphanizomenon attenuation coefficients beneath a unit bloom blue-green algae buoyancy carbon m-2 dy-l carbon mg chlorophyll)-1 chlorophyll concentrations increased chlorophyll synthesis concen concentrations of chlorophyll concentrations of total Daily integral photosynthesis dy-l for experiment early September Ep/pmax epilimnion equation estimated Eutrophication excretion extractable phosphorus content g carbon m-2 increased most rapidly incubated July June Lake Minnetonka light intensities Limnol loss rates maximum specific photosynthesis measured mg carbon mg mg chlorophyll mg dry mg mg chlorophyll)-1 mixed layer beneath nitrogen nutrient particulate material particulate organic carbon phosphorus uptake photic zone photosynthetic zone photosynthetically-active radiation phytoplankton plankton population densities quantity of particulate quantity of phosphorus rapid decrease rate of change rate of loss rates of photosynthesis rates of production ratio samples Shagawa Lake sinking soluble phosphorus specific photosynthesis Pmax specific rate Station surface waters Table total phosphorus trations treatment plant TT TT vacuoles zooplankton