Alexandrium fundyense cyst dynamics in the Gulf of Maine

@inproceedings{Andersona2005AlexandriumFC,
  title={Alexandrium fundyense cyst dynamics in the Gulf of Maine},
  author={Donald M. Andersona and Charles A. Stocka and Bruce A. Keafera and Amy Bronzino Nelsonb and Dennis J. McGillicuddya and Maureen Kellerc and Brian Thompsonc and Patricia A. Matraic and Jennifer Martind},
  year={2005}
}
  • Donald M. Andersona, Charles A. Stocka, +6 authors Jennifer Martind
  • Published 2005
The flux of cells from germinated cysts is critical in the population dynamics of many dinoflagellates. Here, data from a large-scale cyst survey are combined with surveys in other years to yield an Alexandrium fundyense cyst distribution map for the Gulf of Maine that is massive in geographic extent and cyst abundance. The benthic cyst population extends nearly 500 km alongshore. Embedded within it are several distinct accumulation zones or ‘‘seedbeds,’’ each 3000–5000 km in area. Maximal cyst… CONTINUE READING
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