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Nutrient kinetics of phytoplankton in the Pamlico River, North Carolina

Edward J. Kuenzler

Nutrient kinetics of phytoplankton in the Pamlico River, North Carolina

by Edward J. Kuenzler

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Published by Water Resources Research Institute of the University of North Carolina in [Raleigh] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pamlico River (N.C.),
  • North Carolina,
  • Pamlico River.
    • Subjects:
    • Algae -- North Carolina -- Pamlico River.,
    • Phytoplankton -- North Carolina -- Pamlico River.,
    • Algal blooms -- North Carolina -- Pamlico River.,
    • Estuarine eutrophication -- North Carolina -- Pamlico River.,
    • Estuarine plants -- North Carolina -- Pamlico River.,
    • Pamlico River (N.C.)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Edward J. Kuenzler, Donald W. Stanley, Jeffery P. Koenings.
      SeriesReport - Water Resources Research Institute of the University of North Carolina ; no. 139, Report (Water Resources Research Institute of the University of North Carolina) ;, no. 139.
      ContributionsStanley, Donald W., Koenings, Jeffery P.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD1694.N8 N6 no. 139, QK571.5.N8 N6 no. 139
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxii, 163 p. :
      Number of Pages163
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4071891M
      LC Control Number79626205

      @article{osti_, title = {Nitrogen loading sources and eutrophication of the Neuse River estuary, North Carolina: Direct and indirect roles of atmospheric deposition}, author = {Paerl, H W and Mallin, M A and Donahue, C A and Go, M and Peierls, B L}, abstractNote = {A multi-year () field survey and in situ bioassay study was undertaken to examine trophic and biogeochemical.   Phytoplankton, unicellular photosynthetic microbes, play a fundamental role in the global carbon cycle and fuel marine food webs. Globally, phytoplankton productivity is regulated by the.

      Find results with: Add another field. In this account, Rodney Barker tells the full and terrifying story of a microorganism popping up along the Eastern seaboard - far closer to home than the Ebola virus and equally the coastal waters of North Carolina - and now extending as far north as the Chesapeake Bay area - a mysterious and deadly aquatic organism named Pfiesteria piscicida threatens to unleash an 4/5(2).

      Final Report: Phytoplankton Community Structure as an Indicator of Coastal Ecosystem Health EPA Grant Number: RC Subproject: this is subproject number , established and managed by the Center Director under grant R (EPA does not fund or establish subprojects; EPA awards and manages the overall grant for this center). EFDC Application for the Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina. The Neuse River Estuary was included on North Carolina’s (d) list for nutrients and was scheduled for TMDL development. Water quality targets were ultimately based on a chlorophyll a concentration of 40 mg/L. How to access the model. Download the EFDC model. More information.


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Nutrient Kinetics of Phytoplankton in the Pamlico River, North Carolina Edward J. Kuenzler Professor of Environmental Biology Donald W. Stanley* Research Associate Jeffery P. ~oen. Buy Nutrient kinetics of phytoplankton in the Pamlico River, North Carolina (Report - Water Resources Research Institute of the University of North Carolina ; no.

) by Edward J Kuenzler (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Edward J Kuenzler. Airborne laser-induced fluorescence measurements were used to detect and monitor ecosystem wide changes in the distribution and concentration of chlorophyll biomass and colored dissolved organic matter in the Pamlico-Albemarle Sound system, North Carolina, U.S., following massive flooding caused by a series of three hurricanes in the late summer of Cited by: Seasonal and hydrological control of phytoplankton nutrient limitation in the lower Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina Article (PDF Available) in Marine Ecology Progress Series 75(2) Nutrient (especially nitrogen) over‐enrichment is a key driver of coastal ecological change (NixonPaerlBoesch et al.

), and nitrogen (N) discharge to coastal waters is directly proportional to human population density of their watersheds (Peierls et al. EARTH SCIENCES. Nutrient and phytoplankton biomass in the Amazon River shelf waters.

Maria L.S. Santos I; Kátia Muniz II; Benício Barros-Neto III; Moacyr Araujo II. I Faculdade de Engenharia de Pesca, Campus Universitário de Bragança, Universidade Federal do Pará (UFPA) Alameda Leandro Ribeiro s/n, Bragança, PA, Brasil II Departamento de Oceanografia, Universidade Federal.

Airborne laser-induced fluorescence measurements were used to detect and monitor ecosystem wide changes in the distribution and concentration of chlorophyll biomass and colored dissolved organic matter in the Pamlico-Albemarle Sound system, North Carolina, U.S., following massive flooding caused by a series of three hurricanes in the late summer of Cited by: KUENZLER E.

J., D. STANLEY and J. KOENINGS () Nutrient kinetics ofphytoplankton in the Pamlico River, North Carolina, University of North Carolina Water Resources Research Institute Report No.pp. LIVELY J. S., Z. KAUFMAN and E.

CARPErCrER () Phytoplankton ecology of a barrier island estuary: Great South Bay, New by: Phytoplankton nutrient limitation experiments were performed from to at three stations in the Cape Fear River Estuary, a riverine system originating in the North Carolina piedmont.

Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science () 32, Seasonal Phytoplankton Composition, Productivity and Biomass in the Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina Michael A. Mallin, Hans W. Paerl and Joseph Rudek Institute of Marine Sciences, University of North Carolina, Arendell Street, Morehead City, NCU.S.A.

Received 9 April and in revised form 2 October Cited by: PHYTOPLANKTON INDICATORS OF ECOLOGICAL CHANGE IN THE EUTROPHYING PAMLICO SOUND SYSTEM, NORTH CAROLINA HANS W. PAERL, 1 LEXIA M. VALDES-WEAVER,ALAN R. JOYNER, AND VALERIE WINKELMANN Institute of Marine Sciences, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Morehead City, North Carolina USA Abstract.

As part of a larger study on the structure and function of phytoplankton communities in the Neuse river, this work focused on characterizing variability in F v /F m in natural populations over a range of nutrient and light regimes (Richardson et al., ).Cited by: University of South Carolina Scholar Commons Faculty Publications Biological Sciences, Department of Responses of phytoplankton and Pfiesteria-like dinoflagellate zoospores to nutrient enrichment in the Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina, USA James L.

Pinckney University of South Carolina - Columbia, [email protected] Hans W. Paerl. Edward J. Kuenzler has written: 'Nutrient kinetics of phytoplankton in the Pamlico River, North Carolina' -- subject(s): Algae, Algal blooms, Estuarine eutrophication, Estuarine plants. Sixty-eight samples of sediment collected on a variably-spaced grid pattern from Pamlico River Estuary of North Carolina were analyzed for As, Cd, Co, Cr, Cu, F, Ni, Pb, U, Zn, clay, and organic matter.

The major objectives of the study were to determine background and anomalous levels of trace elements in the sediments, and the effects of human activities on concentration and distribution of Cited by: Phytoplankton and the River. Patterns in algal biomass in Modoc, Mellwood, and Quapaw Chute.

by Dr. Clifford Ochs (U. Miss Dept. of Biology) and Nok Pongruktham (graduate student U. Miss) The algae that occur in the river and adjacent lakes are called phytoplankton. "It seems to be part science fiction, part murder mystery. But it is not a work of the imagination. It's real, and it's true." "First, beginning in the s, in the estuaries of North Carolina, there were dead fish by the thousands, stripped to the bone." "Then the fishermen were attacked, afflicted by open sores that would not heal." "Only when the scientists studying the microscopic monster.

Numerous phytoplankton-oriented ecological studies have been conducted since in the extensive North Carolina estuarine system. Throughout a range of geomorphological estuarine types, a basic underlying pattern of phytoplankton productivity and abundance following water temperature seasonal fluctuations was by: In this study, phytoplankton total biomass, as chlorophyll a, and group‐specific chemotaxonomic indicators (including chlorophylls and carotenoids) were used to characterize community responses to human (nutrient) and climatic (hydrologic) perturbations in the Neuse River Estuary–Pamlico Sound, North Carolina, USA.

This estuarine–coastal continuum is experiencing anthropogenic nutrient Cited by: External nutrient loadings, internal nutrient pools, and phytoplankton production were examined for three major subsystems of the Chesapeake Bay Estuary-the upper Mainstem, the Patuxent Estuary, and the Potomac Estuary-during The atomic nitrogen to phosphorus ratios (TN:TP) of total loads w 29 respectively.