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SUBSURFACE CHLOROPHYLL MAXIMUM IN THE NORTHEAST PACIFIC OCEAN1
A well-developed subsurface chlorophyll maximum is present during summer in oceanic waters off the Oregon coast. It appears to be formed at depth by a photosynthetically active phytoplanktonExpand
THE SEASONAL AND GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION OF PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY OFF THE WASIIINGTON AND OREGON COASTS
The distribution of chlorophyll a and phytoplankton productivity off the Washington and Oregon coasts has been observed during 14 cruises of the RV Brown Bear from January 1961 to June 1962. Expand
The dynamics of phytoplankton blooms in puget sound a fjord in the Northwestern United States
This paper describes a quantitative investigation of relationships between the growth of phytoplankton, and climatic and hydrodynamci conditions in temperate fjords with marked tides, as exemplifiedExpand
A theoretical study of phytoplankton growth and nutrient distribution in the Pacific Ocean off the northwestern U.S. coast
Abstract A numerical two-dimensional (time and depth) model of primary production is used to identify and quantify the physical and biological processes that govern the spring and summer variationsExpand
Seasonal Characteristics of Two Saline Lakes in Washington
The limnology of two highly saline lakes in Washington was studied in relation to the physical and chemical conditions which influence the growth and distribution of phytoplankton. The lakes wereExpand
RELEASE OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER BY MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON IN COASTAL AND OFFSHORE AREAS OF THE NORTHEAST PACIFIC OCEAN
The rate of release of dissolved organic matter during phytoplankton photosynthesis was measured in eutrophic and oligotrophic areas of the Northeast Pacific Ocean. A method using liquidExpand
Some Limnological Features of a Shallow Saline Meromictic Lake
Seasonal variations of some physical, chemical, and biological features were studied from December 1954 to October 1956 in Hot Lake, a shallow saline body of water occupying a former epsom saltExpand
Chlorophylls in marine phytoplankton: Correlation with carbon uptake
Abstract Correlation coefficients between C14 uptake and light absorbance at 665 mμ of pigment extracts of natural marine phytoplankton populations were as high as between C14 uptake and chlorophyllExpand
SOME FEATURES OF SALINE LAKES IN CENTRAL WASHINGTON1
The central part of the State of Washington has an arid climate and contains a number of saline lakes. Several are meromictic and show a variety of vertical gradients of salinity and temperature.Expand
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