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Eutrophication and Harmful Algal Blooms: A Scientific Consensus.
In January 2003, the US Environmental Protection Agency sponsored a "roundtable discussion" to develop a consensus on the relationship between eutrophication and harmful algal blooms (HABs),Expand
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Harmful algal blooms along the North American west coast region: History, trends, causes, and impacts
A B S T R A C T Along the Pacific coast of North America, from Alaska to Mexico, harmful algal blooms (HABs) have caused losses to natural resources and coastal economies, and have resulted in humanExpand
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Real-time remote monitoring of water quality: a review of current applications, and advancements in sensor, telemetry, and computing technologies
Recent advances in communication and sensor technology have catalyzed progress in remote monitoring capabilities for water quality. As a result, the ability to characterize dynamic hydrologicExpand
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Avian vacuolar myelinopathy linked to exotic aquatic plants and a novel cyanobacterial species.
Invasions of exotic species have created environmental havoc through competition and displacement of native plants and animals. The introduction of hydrilla (Hydrilla verticillata) into the UnitedExpand
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Estuaries of the South Atlantic coast of North America: Their geographical signatures
Estuaries of the southeastern Atlantic coastal plain are dominated by shallow meso-tidal bar-built systems interspersed with shallow sounds and both low flow coastal plain and high flow piedmontExpand
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KLEPTOPLASTIDY IN THE TOXIC DINOFLAGELLATE PFIESTERIA PISCICIDA (DINOPHYCEAE)
The ichthyotoxic dinoflagellate Pfiesteria piscicida Steidinger et Burkholder has a complex life cycle with several heterotrophic flagellated and amoeboid stages. A prevalent flagellated form, theExpand
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Seasonal variation in the regulation of phytoplankton by nitrogen and grazing in a salt-smarsh estuary
In North Inlet, a tidally dominated salt-marsh estuary near Georgetown, South Carolina, the summer chlorophyll maximum correlates with an annual peak in ambient NH4+ concentration. This relationshipExpand
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Lagoonal stormwater detention ponds as promoters of harmful algal blooms and eutrophication along the South Carolina coast
Abstract In the rapidly urbanizing coastal zone of South Carolina, intensive landscape maintenance and turf management are significant sources of nonpoint source pollutant loadings. The bestExpand
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RAPHIDOPHYCEAE [CHADEFAUD EX SILVA] SYSTEMATICS AND RAPID IDENTIFICATION: SEQUENCE ANALYSES AND REAL-TIME PCR ASSAYS.
Species within the class Raphidophyceae were associated with fish kill events in Japanese, European, Canadian, and U.S. coastal waters. Fish mortality was attributable to gill damage with exposure toExpand
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Adapting the CHEMTAX method for assessing phytoplankton taxonomic composition in Southeastern U.S. estuaries
CHEMTAX is a matrix factorization program used to derive taxonomic structure of phytoplankton from photosynthetic pigment vitios. The program was originally developed from and applied to the analysisExpand
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