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Phytoplankton of the Coastal Waters of Vladivostok (the North-western Part of the East Sea) under Eutrophic Conditions
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  • Journal title : Ocean and Polar Research
  • Volume 24, Issue 4,  2002, pp.359-365
  • Publisher : Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology
  • DOI : 10.4217/OPR.2002.24.4.359
 Title & Authors
Phytoplankton of the Coastal Waters of Vladivostok (the North-western Part of the East Sea) under Eutrophic Conditions
Stonik, I.V.; Orlova, T.Yu.;
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 Abstract
The qualitative and quantitative composition of the phytoplankton of the coastal waters off Vladivostok during the period 1991-1994 was studied. The following trends in the phytoplankton composition with decreasing distance from the source of eutrophication were revealed: 1) total density and bio-mass increased; 2) the density of the diatom Skeletonema costatum, which reflects a decrease in the Shannon-Weaver species diversity index during the summer microalgal bloom, increased significantly; and 3) the density of the non-diatom component of the phytoplankton increased.
 Keywords
Phytoplankton;the Northwestern Part of the East Sea;eutrophication;sewage;Skeletonema costatum (Grev.) C1;
 Language
English
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