Methods and Measurements of Periphyton Communities

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  • Author : R. L. Weitzel
  • Publisher : ASTM International
  • Pages : 183 pages
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Periphyton

Periphyton
  • Author : M. E. Azim,Marc C. J. Verdegem,Anne A. van Dam,Malcolm C. M. Beveridge
  • Publisher : CABI
  • Release : 18 November 2005
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The first comprehensive monograph on periphyton, this book contains contributions by scientists fromaround the globe. Multi-disciplinary in nature, it covers both basic and applied aspects of periphyton,and is applicable worldwide in natural, extensive and intensive managed systems.Periphyton, as described in this book, refers to the entire complex of attached aquatic biota on submergedsubstrates, including associated non-attached organisms and detritus. Thus the periphyton communitycomprises bacteria, fungi, protozoa, algae, zooplankton and other invertebrates. Periphyton is importantfor various reasons: as a

Periphyton

Periphyton
  • Author : Yonghong Wu
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 29 August 2016
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Periphyton: Functions and Application in Environmental Remediation presents a systematic overview of a wide variety of periphyton functions and applications in environmental remediation, providing readers with an understanding of the biological/ecological features of periphyton, the methodology of their study, and their application in environmental conservation. With increases in environmental stress, anthropogenic impacts, and the global decline in biodiversity, there is a pressing need for methods to assess and improve environmental quality that are rapid, reliable, and cost-effective. Periphyton is

Lake Superior Periphyton in Relation to Water Quality

Lake Superior Periphyton in Relation to Water Quality
  • Author : Theodore A. Olson,Theron Oswald Odlaug
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 17 September 1972
GET THIS BOOKLake Superior Periphyton in Relation to Water Quality

Laboratory and field studies were conducted to evaluate the importance of periphyton in western Lake Superior with special reference to the make-up and distribution of the periphyton growths and to the overall importance of productive capacity of this assemblage of organisms. The taxonomic portion of the investigation indicated that over 90% of the total number of organisms were diatoms and that the phyla to which these diatoms belonged were the Chrysophyta, the Chlorophyta, and the Cyanophyta. Predominant genera were Synedra, Achnanthes,

Periphyton

Periphyton
  • Author : M. Ekram Azim
  • Publisher : CABI Publishing
  • Release : 01 January 2005
GET THIS BOOKPeriphyton

The first comprehensive monograph on periphyton, this book contains contributions by scientists from around the globe. Multi-disciplinary in nature, it covers both basic and applied aspects of periphyton,and is applicable worldwide in natural, extensive and intensive managed systems. Periphyton, as described in this book, refers to the entire complex of attached aquatic biota on submerged substrates, including associated non-attached organisms and detritus. Thus the periphyton community comprises bacteria, fungi, protozoa, algae, zooplankton and other invertebrates. Periphyton is important for

Carbon Fixation and Community Dynamics of a Phyco-periphyton Community

Carbon Fixation and Community Dynamics of a Phyco-periphyton Community
  • Author : Jack Dennis McCullough
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 17 September 1970
GET THIS BOOKCarbon Fixation and Community Dynamics of a Phyco-periphyton Community

The primary productivity of a phyco-periphyton community in a spring fed pond was studied using the carbon-14 method, the oxygen method, and the rate of biomass increase. The contribution of the phyco-periphyton amounted to 79% of the total productivity of the spring, and the contribution remained high during all seasons. The annual mean rate of biomass increase was 108 mg of dry weight/m2 of substrate/day and the annual mean rate of productivity was 472 mg C/m2 of water surface/day