Production and vertical flux of attached bacteria in the hudson river plume of the new york bight as studied with floating sediment traps.

@article{Ducklow1982ProductionAV,
  title={Production and vertical flux of attached bacteria in the hudson river plume of the new york bight as studied with floating sediment traps.},
  author={Hugh W Ducklow and David L. Kirchman and Gilbert T. Rowe},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={1982},
  volume={43 4},
  pages={
          769-76
        }
}
We investigated the growth and vertical flux of attached bacteria with floating sediment traps in the Hudson River Plume of the New York Bight during the spring diatom blooms. Traps were floated at the base of the mixed layer (ca. 10 m) for 1-day periods. After recovery, we measured bacterial abundance and rates of [methyl-H]thymidine incorporation in the trap samples. The vertical flux of attached bacteria was estimated with a model formulated to distinguish between bacterial accumulation in… CONTINUE READING

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