Au th or ' s pe rs on al co py An annual cycle of biomass and productivity of Vallisneria americana in a subtropical spring-fed estuary

@inproceedings{Hauxwell2007AuTO,
  title={Au th or ' s pe rs on al co py An annual cycle of biomass and productivity of Vallisneria americana in a subtropical spring-fed estuary},
  author={Jennifer A. Hauxwell and Thomas K. Frazer and Craig W. Osenberg and Jennifer. Hauxwell},
  year={2007}
}
An annual cycle of biomass and productivity of wild celery (Vallisneria americana) was studied in Kings Bay, FL, USA. In situ growth rates were measured monthly between March 2001 and June 2002 in high-density stands, using a modified hole-punching technique, and applied to shoot density data to obtain areal estimates of production. Mean shoot density varied greatly over the study period, ranging between 200 and 800 shoots m . Mean total biomass ranged between 162 and 1013 g m , with… CONTINUE READING

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