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Aquatic Primary Productivity (GAP), held at Breukelen, The Netherlands 20–28 April 1990. The daily pattern of nitrogen uptake by phytoplankton in dynamic mixed layer environments.

Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop of the Group for Aquatic Primary Productivity (GAP), held at Breukelen, The Netherlands 20–28 April 1990. eBook 118,99 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). ISBN 978-94-011-2805-6. Grobbelaar, Johan U. (et a.

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for Aquatic Primary Productivity, Held at Breukelen, The Netherlands, 20-28 April 1990. This volume contains the keynote lectures, reports on the experimental work, and papers contributed as posters at the Fifth International Workshop of the Group for Aquatic Primary Productivity (GAP).

The Daily Growth Cycle of Phytoplankton : Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop of the Group for Aquatic Primary Productivity, Held at Breukelen, The Netherlands, 20-28 April 1990. GAP workshops bring together a diverse group of scientists interested in many aspects of aquatic primary productivity and the programmes are designed to promote the sharing of expertise through joint experimental work.

The Daily Growth Cycle of Phytoplankton: Proceedings of 5th International Workshop of the Group for Aquatic Primary Productivity (GAP} held at Breukelen, The . Developments in Hydrobiology; 76.

The Daily Growth Cycle of Phytoplankton: Proceedings of 5th International Workshop of the Group for Aquatic Primary Productivity (GAP} held at Breukelen, The Netherlands, 20-29 April 1990/ed. T. Berman, H. J. Gons and L. R. Mur. 1992. (ISBN: 0-7923-1907-9). x, 202 pp. (Kluwer Academic Publishers, P. O. Box 989, 3300 AZ Dordrecht, The Netherlands). Price: Dfl 20. 0/US$ 12. 0.

The majority of polar lakes are classified as ultra-oligotrophic based on maximum chlorophyll concentrations. Daily production, on the basis of a 140-day growing season in 1963 and 1964, averaged . and . mg/m^2 respectively in pond III and . mg/m^2 in pond II. Annual production rates are the lowest on record for fresh waters. Phytoplankton abundance and carbon fixation were, during a portion of the study, significantly correlated.

In Primary Productivity in the Sea (e. Growth rate influence on the chemical composition of phytoplankton in oceanic waters. Effect of growth rate of the food alga on the growth/ingestion efficiency of a marine herbivore.

In Primary Productivity in the Sea (ed. Falkowski, P., pp. 179–194. New York: Plenum Press. Goldman, J. Mccarthy, J. & Peavey, D. 1979. Nature, London, 279, 210–215. C. Steady-state growth and chemical composition of the marine chlorophyte Dunaliella tertiolecta in nitrogen-limited continuous cultures. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 38, 894–901. Gorham, P. Mclachlan, . Hammer, U. & Kim, W. 1964.

of Phytoplankton Taxonomy and Ecology Held in Baja (Hungary), 5 15 July .

Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis in Phytoplankton Ecology: Proceedings of the 8th Workshop of the International Association of Phytoplankton Taxonomy and Ecology Held in Baja (Hungary), 5 15 July 1991. This volume gives an insight into what a group of contemporary plankton biologists think about the utility, virtues, strengths and theoretical and practical weaknesses of . Connell's Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis within the context of phytoplankton ecology.

Average daily integrated primary production was between 132 and 750 mg. .

Average daily integrated primary production was between 132 and 750 mg C m-2 d-1. Annual production was 149 gC m-2 yr-1 and showed maxima in April, July, October and November. The development of K-H instabilities during the breaking of the internal tide can explain the formation of high diffusivity patches. Short abstract: An increase in primary production of phytoplankton in Lake Sevan resulted in an increase of the downward flux of organic material and increase in zoobenthic biomass.

Phytoplankton are key components of aquatic ecosystems, fixing CO2 from the atmosphere through photosynthesis .

Phytoplankton are key components of aquatic ecosystems, fixing CO2 from the atmosphere through photosynthesis and supporting secondary production, yet relatively little is known about how future global warming might alter their biodiversity and associated ecosystem functioning. Here, we explore how the structure, function, and biodiversity of a planktonic metacommunity was altered after five years of experimental warming. The increases in the biodiversity and productivity of the phytoplankton seen in this study also highlights that the effects of a warming environment might not always be adverse for all ecosystems.

The construct of primary productivity as biomass times growth rate is the basis for models of varying complex-ity used .

The construct of primary productivity as biomass times growth rate is the basis for models of varying complex-ity used to estimate phytoplankton primary production and to compare the strength of different controls. For example, 64 % of the daily variability of phytoplankton productivity in Saanich In-let is explained by daily uctuations of chl a (Grundle et a. 2009), and 81 % of the variability of APPP in Boston Bay is explained by variability of an-nual mean chl a (Keller et a. 2001).

This volume contains the keynote lectures, reports on the experimental work, and papers contributed as posters at the Fifth International Workshop of the Group for Aquatic Primary Productivity (GAP). GAP workshops bring together a diverse group of scientists interested in many aspects of aquatic primary productivity and the programmes are designed to promote the sharing of expertise through joint experimental work. This time the Workshop theme was the daily growth cycle of phototrophic micro-organisms, and incorporated different aspects of growth - increase in algal biomass, specific cell components and in cell numbers.
The Daily Growth Cycle of Phytoplankton: Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop of the Group for Aquatic Primary Productivity (GAP), held at ... April 1990 (Developments in Hydrobiology) download epub
Science & Mathematics
Author: T. Berman,H.J. Gons,L.R. Mur
ISBN: 0792319079
Category: Other
Subcategory: Science & Mathematics
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 1992 edition (September 30, 1992)
Pages: 202 pages


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