Measured and predicted fluxes of biogenic silica in Lake Michigan

@inproceedings{Schelske1984MeasuredAP,
  title={Measured and predicted fluxes of biogenic silica in Lake Michigan},
  author={Claire L. Schelske and Brian J. Eadie and Gerald L. Krausse},
  year={1984}
}
Diatom production in the offshore waters of Lake Michigan is limited by silica supplies in late summer and can be predicted from the seasonal disappearance of silica from the trophogenic zone. Biogenic silica fluxes obtained from sediment trap collections were compared with fluxes predicted from the silica disappearance model. Measured and predicted fluxes were in good agreement for offshore stations, but at stations closer to shore measured fluxes were 2-3 times greater than predicted fluxes… CONTINUE READING

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