Some reflections about the structure of the pelagic zone of the brackish Lake Grevelingen (SW-Netherlands)

@article{Bakker2005SomeRA,
  title={Some reflections about the structure of the pelagic zone of the brackish Lake Grevelingen (SW-Netherlands)},
  author={Cees Bakker},
  journal={Hydrobiological Bulletin},
  year={2005},
  volume={12},
  pages={67-84}
}
The seasonal succession of the plankton in the marine brackish Lake Grevelingen, a closed sea arm in the S.W.-Netherlands, comprises the initial stagessensu Margalef and is characterized by predominantly small phytoplankton (flagellates, diatoms) and zooplankton (rotifers, tintinnids, copepods), maintaining relatively high levels of production from early spring (February) to late summer (September). The structure of the plankton in the course of seasonal succession is in agreement with the… CONTINUE READING

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