An unusual cyanobacterial bloom in Hawai`i

@article{Smith2008AnUC,
  title={An unusual cyanobacterial bloom in Hawai`i},
  author={J. Smith and Jeffrey Kuwabara and J. Coney and K. Flanagan and J. Beets and Donna Brown and F. Stanton and M. Takabayashi and S. Duplessis and B. K. Griesemer and S. Barnes and Jason Turner},
  journal={Coral Reefs},
  year={2008},
  volume={27},
  pages={851}
}
Surveys conducted by the University of Hawai‘i (UH) in May 2008 documented an unusual bloom of the cyanobacterium Leptolyngbya crosbyana on the reefs directly adjacent to the National Park Pu‘uhonua o H onaunau (Fig. 1a). UH has been conducting annual surveys on H onaunau’s reefs since 2006 and we have documented consistently high coral cover (>40%) and low cover of cyanobacteria (<5%). However, these surveys documented an unusually high abundance of L. crosbyana where it was most abundant (~40… Expand

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