Effects of organic carbon, organic nitrogen, inorganic nutrients, and iron additions on the growth of phytoplankton and bacteria during a brown tide bloom

Effects of organic carbon, organic nitrogen, inorganic nutrients, and iron additions on the growth of phytoplankton and bacteria during a brown tide bloom Christopher J. Gobler, Sergio A. Sañudo-Wilhelmy Marine Sciences Research Center, SUNY at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, New York 11794-5000, USA doi:10.3354/meps209019 Additions of nitrate [DON] or urea [DIC] either had no effect... Continue Reading →

Effect of carbon/nitrogen ratio manipulation in feed supplements on Artemia production and water quality in solar salt ponds in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam

Effect of carbon/nitrogen ratio manipulation in feed supplements on Artemia production and water quality in solar salt ponds in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam Lulijwa Ronald, Gilbert Van Stappen, Nguyen Van Hoa, Patrick Sorgeloos DOI: 10.1111/are.12135 Green water (GW) was supplied to all ponds, with the standard Vietnamese procedure of supplying GW and chicken manure (CM) as... Continue Reading →

Excretion of dissolved organic carbon by phytoplankton of different sizes and subsequent bacterial uptake

Malinsky-Rushansky NZ, Legrand C Excretion of dissolved organic carbon by phytoplankton of different sizes and subsequent bacterial uptake MEPS 132:249-255 | Full text in pdf format doi:10.3354/meps132249 One of the more-hidden angles of our reef world. EOC [excreted organic carbon -Ed) may be important as a source of primary growth substrates for free-living bacteria (Larsson & Hagstrom... Continue Reading →

Impacts of nutrient enrichment on coral reefs: new perspectives and implications for coastal management and reef survival

Impacts of nutrient enrichment on coral reefs: new perspectives and implications for coastal management and reef survival Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, Volume 7, April 2014, Pages 82-93 Cecilia D’Angelo, Jörg Wiedenmann http://doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2013.11.029 This article is in the Creative Commons. This is a really nice review article that touches on many areas that are important... Continue Reading →

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