Establishing Spatial and Temporal Patterns in Microcystis Sediment Seed Stock Viability and Their Relationship to Subsequent Bloom Development in Western Lake Erie

Establishing Spatial and Temporal Patterns in Microcystis Sediment Seed Stock Viability and Their Relationship to Subsequent Bloom Development in Western Lake Erie

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Kitchens, C. M., Johengen, T. H., Davis, T. W. 2018. Establishing Spatial and Temporal Patterns in Microcystis Sediment Seed Stock Viability and Their Relationship to Subsequent Bloom Development in Western Lake Erie. PLoS ONE. 13, 11.

Algae, Analysis, Assessment, Fresh water, Lakes, Sediment, Water quality, Lab study, Field assessment, Benthic, Sample collection, Algal blooms

This study analyzed sediment from over 375 square kilometers in the Lake Erie system (U.S.) in order to assess the abundance and distribution of Microcystis algae.

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