Impacts and potential effects due to Prorocentrum minimum blooms in Chesapeake Bay

@inproceedings{Tango2005ImpactsAP,
  title={Impacts and potential effects due to Prorocentrum minimum blooms in Chesapeake Bay},
  author={Peter J. Tango and Robert E. Magnien and Walt R. Butler and Christopher Luckett and Mark Luckenbach and Richard V. Lacouture and C. Poukish},
  year={2005}
}
  • Peter J. Tango, Robert E. Magnien, +4 authors C. Poukish
  • Published 2005
  • Biology
  • Abstract The dinoflagellate Prorocentrum minimum ( P. minimum ) can be found in all seasons and over a broad range of habitat conditions in the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries. Blooms (>3000 cells ml −1 ), locally referred to as ‘mahagony tides’, were restricted to salinities of 4.5–12.8 psu, water temperatures of 12–28 °C, and occurred most frequently in April and May. P. minimum blooms have been detected at routine water quality monitoring stations located in the main channel of the Bay… CONTINUE READING

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