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The characteristic of photosynthetic pigments distribution of the sediment in the shellfish farm
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  • Journal title : The Korean Journal of Malacology
  • Volume 29, Issue 4,  2013, pp.291-301
  • Publisher : The Malacological Society of Korea
  • DOI : 10.9710/kjm.2013.29.4.291
 Title & Authors
The characteristic of photosynthetic pigments distribution of the sediment in the shellfish farm
Kim, Sook-Yang; Choi, Minkyu; Hwang, Dong-Woon; Lee, In-Seok;
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 Abstract
This study researched and compared the sedimentation environment and photosynthetic pigments at Gomso (GS) -bay, Yoja (YJ) -bay and KangJin (KJ) -bay in May, 2012. It was shown that KJ-bay consist of C (clay) and M (mud), and GS-bay consists of Zs (silty sand) and Sz (sandy silt). Averagely, IL of YJ-bay was 4.98%, KJ-bay 6.10%, and GS-bay 1.45%. As for COD concentration, there were no places that exceeded Japanese sediment contamination standard 20 mg/g-dry. As for AVS concentration, in case of KJ-bay, two places exceeded Japanese sediment contamination standard 0.2 mg/g-dry. If we look into the average C/N ratio of bays, YJ-bay showed 8.50, KJ-bay 6.60, and GS-bay 5.52, thus all of them showed the characteristic of oceanic origin. As for the plankton make-up classified by photosynthetic pigments, diatom was dominant, and both ratios of pigment and C/chlorophyll. a showed the relatively lower distribution at GS-bay than at KJ-bay and YJ-bay. It is judged that this is related to the characteristic of flow-in, and it implies that predation process and decomposition by organic matters actively occurs at YJ-bay and KJ-bay.
 Keywords
HPLC;Photosynthetic pigments;biomaker;CHEMTAX;Pigment ratio;fucoxanthin;sediment;
 Language
Korean
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