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Light and Photosynthesis in Aquatic Ecosystems.
Preface to the third edition Part I. The Underwater Light Field: 1. Concepts of hydrologic optics 2. Incident solar radiation 3. Absorption of light within the aquatic medium 4. Scattering of lightExpand
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Dependence of relationship between inherent and apparent optical properties of water on solar altitude
A computer simulation study, using the Monte Carlo calculation procedure, has been carried out to determine in what way the relationships between the apparent and the inherent optical properties ofExpand
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Effects of suspensoids (turbidity) on penetration of solar radiation in aquatic ecosystems
  • J. Kirk
  • Environmental Science
  • Hydrobiologia
  • 1 June 1985
In mainland Australia and in southern Africa, the aridity of the climate and sparse vegetative cover increase the susceptibility of the soils to erosion, and as a consequence surface waters areExpand
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Dependence of chloroplast pigment synthesis on protein synthesis: effect of actidione.
  • J. Kirk, R. L. Allen
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Biochemical and biophysical research…
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Detection, identification and mapping of cyanobacteria — Using remote sensing to measure the optical quality of turbid inland waters
The advantages of airborne scanning for the detection, identification and mapping of algal species, cyanobacteria and associated water parameters (such as turbidity) can be realized if currentExpand
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The vertical attenuation of irradiance as a function of the optical properties of the water
Average vertical attenuation coefficients, K(av), for irradiance calculated by linear regression of ln E(z )o nz through the euphotic zone or from two irradiance values in a certain depth interval,Expand
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Base composition of nuclear DNA within the genus Allium
IN living organisms genetic information is stored in the form of DNA. Differences in genetic information result from changes in the sequence of bases in the polynucleotide chains. Gross changes inExpand
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