Quantitative and qualitative relationships between planktonic diatom communities and diatom assemblages in sedimenting material and surface sediments in Lake Baikal, Siberia

@inproceedings{Ryves2003QuantitativeAQ,
  title={Quantitative and qualitative relationships between planktonic diatom communities and diatom assemblages in sedimenting material and surface sediments in Lake Baikal, Siberia},
  author={David B. Ryves and David H. Jewson and Michael R. Sturm and Richard W Battarbee and Roger J. Flower and Anson W. Mackay and Nikolai G. Granin},
  year={2003}
}
Endemic planktonic diatoms are a major component of Lake Baikal sediments during interglacial periods. To investigate how these diatom assemblages are altered during sediment formation, quantitative plankton monitoring (1995‐1998) was integrated with sediment trapping over 2 yr (1996‐1997) in Baikal’s southern basin (depth ;1,400 m). The traps consisted of both open (;6 monthly) and sequential (;2 weekly) collectors deployed throughout the water column. Sedimentation was seasonal, with diatom… CONTINUE READING

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