The influence of light, stream gradient, and iron on Didymosphenia geminata bloom development in the Black Hills, South Dakota

@article{James2013TheIO,
  title={The influence of light, stream gradient, and iron on Didymosphenia geminata bloom development in the Black Hills, South Dakota},
  author={Daniel Arthur James and Kyle Mosel and Steven R. Chipps},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2013},
  volume={721},
  pages={117-127}
}
The aquatic nuisance species Didymosphenia geminata was first documented in Rapid Creek of South Dakota’s Black Hills during 2002. Since then, blooms have occurred primarily in a 39-km section of Rapid Creek while blooms were rarely observed in other Black Hills streams. In this study, we evaluated factors related to the presence and development of visible colonies of D. geminata in four streams of the Black Hills. At the watershed scale, stream gradient was negatively associated with the… CONTINUE READING
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