Effects of eutrophication on the planktonic food web dynamics of marine coastal ecosystems: The case study of two tropical inlets.

@article{Schmoker2016EffectsOE,
  title={Effects of eutrophication on the planktonic food web dynamics of marine coastal ecosystems: The case study of two tropical inlets.},
  author={Claire Schmoker and Federico Russo and Guillaume Drillet and Aurore Trottet and M Mahjoub and Shih-Hui Hsiao and Ole N{\ae}sbye Larsen and Karenne Phyu Phyu Tun and Albert Calbet},
  journal={Marine environmental research},
  year={2016},
  volume={119},
  pages={
          176-88
        }
}
We studied the plankton dynamics of two semi-enclosed marine coastal inlets of the north of Jurong Island separated by a causeway (SW Singapore; May 2012-April 2013). The west side of the causeway (west station) has residence times of ca. one year and is markedly eutrophic. The east side (east station) has residence times of one month and presents lower nutrient concentrations throughout the year. The higher nutrient concentrations at the west station did not translate into significantly higher… CONTINUE READING
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