Most Abundant Diatom Species in Water Column Assemblages from Five Leg 119 Sites in Prydz Bay, Antarctica: Distributional Patterns

@inproceedings{Kang1991MostAD,
  title={Most Abundant Diatom Species in Water Column Assemblages from Five Leg 119 Sites in Prydz Bay, Antarctica: Distributional Patterns},
  author={Seung H. Kang and Greta A. Fryxell},
  year={1991}
}
Austral summer surface and subsurface sampling of the water column was conducted at five drill sites (Sites 739743) and included 14 stations in Prydz Bay, East Antarctica, from 66°S to 68°S approximately along 75°E, from 18 January through 3 February 1988. The samples were taken from seven depths at each station, between the surface and 200 m, to gain quantitative information on the composition, abundance, and distribution of the diatoms in water column assemblages in Prydz Bay. Over 40 diatom… CONTINUE READING

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