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Seasonal Phytoplankton Growth and Distribution Pattern by Environmental Factor Changes in Inner and Outer Bay of Ulsan, Korea
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  • Journal title : The Sea
  • Volume 21, Issue 1,  2016, pp.24-35
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Oceanography
  • DOI : 10.7850/jkso.2016.21.1.24
 Title & Authors
Seasonal Phytoplankton Growth and Distribution Pattern by Environmental Factor Changes in Inner and Outer Bay of Ulsan, Korea
LEE, MIN-JI; KIM, DONGSEON; KIM, YOUNG OK; SOHN, MOONHO; MOON, CHANG-HO; BAEK, SEUNG HO;
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 Abstract
To assess the relationship between environmental factors and seasonal phytoplankton community structure, we investigated abiotic and biotic factors in Ulsan Bay, Korea. We divided the bay into two areas based on geographical characteristics and compared the difference in each factor between inner and outer bay with t-test statistics. As a result, temperature in the outer bay was higher than that of the inner bay during winter (t
 Keywords
Seasonal trends;Water temperature;Salinity;Nutrients;Phytoplankton;Ulsan Bay;
 Language
Korean
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