Hydrodynamic transport of drifting macroalgae through a tidal cut

@inproceedings{Biber2007HydrodynamicTO,
  title={Hydrodynamic transport of drifting macroalgae through a tidal cut},
  author={Patrick David Biber},
  year={2007}
}
Drifting macroalgae are unattached seaweeds that are commonly found in many South Florida and Gulf of Mexico shallow-water seagrass habitats. They are primarily comprised of species of red algae (Rhodophyta) and some brown algae (Phaeophyta). Because of the unattached nature of these species, drift algae have the ability to be moved around the landscape primarily by tidal, as well as wind-driven and alongshore currents. Numerous invertebrates and some fish species are typically found associated… CONTINUE READING
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