Impact of Cage Culture on Sediment Chemistry A Case Study in Mjoifjordur

@inproceedings{Shakouri2004ImpactOC,
  title={Impact of Cage Culture on Sediment Chemistry A Case Study in Mjoifjordur},
  author={Mehdi Shakouri},
  year={2004}
}
Impact of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) cage culture in Mjoifjordur, Eastern Iceland on the chemistry of the sediment was investigated. Sediment samples were collected using a Shipek grab on 29.12.2003. A core sub-sample has taken from each grab for analyzing total organic matter, total organic carbon, total nitrogen and phosphorus in different depths of samples from three stations at various distances from the cage. These parameters were analyzed in the top layer of additional four stations… CONTINUE READING
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