Nutrient limitation of the bottom-ice microalgal biomass ( southeastern Hudson Bay , Canadian Arctic ) l

@inproceedings{Maestrini1986NutrientLO,
  title={Nutrient limitation of the bottom-ice microalgal biomass ( southeastern Hudson Bay , Canadian Arctic ) l},
  author={Serge Y. Maestrini and CREMA-L’Houmeau},
  year={1986}
}
In April 1983, differential-enrichment bioassays were conducted on natural sea-ice microalgae from Hudson Bay, Canadian Arctic. Incubations were done both in the laboratory (at about 4“5°C) and in situ at the ice-water interface (1.5”C). Actual growth of the cultures was nutrient limited. On the basis of our observations and using recalculated data from the literature, we tentatively set the mean generation time of Arctic-ice microalgae between 8 and 17 days. Nitrogen was demonstrated to govern… CONTINUE READING
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