Dinoflagellate cyst abundance is positively correlated to sediment organic carbon in Sydney Harbour and Botany Bay, NSW, Australia.

@article{Tian2018DinoflagellateCA,
  title={Dinoflagellate cyst abundance is positively correlated to sediment organic carbon in Sydney Harbour and Botany Bay, NSW, Australia.},
  author={Chang Tian and Martina A Doblin and Katherine A. Dafforn and Emma L. Johnston and Haiyan Pei and Wenrong Hu},
  journal={Environmental science and pollution research international},
  year={2018},
  volume={25 6},
  pages={5808-5821}
}
There is growing public concern about the global expansion of harmful algal bloom species (HABs), with dinoflagellate microalgae comprising the major portion of the harmful taxa. These motile, unicellular organisms have a lifecycle involving sexual reproduction and resting cyst formation whereby cysts can germinate from sediments and 'seed' planktonic… CONTINUE READING