Seasonal variation of nutrients, organic carbon, ATP, and microbial standing crops in a vertical profile of Pyramid Lake, Nevada


Previous studies of Pyramid Lake, Nevada, led to the hypothesis that detritus could be an important food source for zooplankton because abundance of palatable algal species did not seem to be enough to support the zooplankton community throughout the year. Furthermore, a large portion of the annual primary productivity was attributed to a nonpalatable blue… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00025174


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