Relationship of macrophyte‐mediated changes in the water column to periphyton composition and abundance

@article{Morin1983RelationshipOM,
  title={Relationship of macrophyte‐mediated changes in the water column to periphyton composition and abundance},
  author={Joanne O'neill Morin and K. Kimball},
  journal={Freshwater Biology},
  year={1983},
  volume={13},
  pages={403-414}
}
SUMMARY. 1. Dense growths of Myriophyllum heterophyllum influenced temperature, dissolved oxygen, pH and light levels in the littoral waters of Lake Winnipesaukee, a soft-water. New England lake. Periphyton species composition and abundance (algal units cm' stem) were related to the macrophyte-mediated changes in the physicochemical environment. 2. Duringearlysummer, M. heterophyllum occupied onlythe lower part of the water column. Limnetic and littoral waters exchanged readily and were… Expand
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