Influence of Major Storm Events on the Quantity and Composition of Particulate Organic Matter and the Phytoplankton Community in a Subtropical Estuary, Texas

Influence of Major Storm Events on the Quantity and Composition of Particulate Organic Matter and the Phytoplankton Community in a Subtropical Estuary, Texas

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Reyna, N. E., Hardison, A. K., Liu, Z. 2017. Influence of Major Storm Events on the Quantity and Composition of Particulate Organic Matter and the Phytoplankton Community in a Subtropical Estuary, Texas. Frontiers in Marine Science. Number 4, 43.

Analysis, Estuary, Fresh water, Monitoring, Stormflow, Water quality, Aquatic community, Particulates, Organic matter, Phytoplankton, Discharge

This study evaluated the impacts of freshwater discharge on the quantity and composition of: 1) particulate organic matter (POM), and 2) the phytoplankton community by monitoring the Mission-Aransas, a subtropical estuary in Texas (U.S.), for three years.

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