Seasonal Changes in Phytoplankton Populations and Related Chemical and Physical Characteristics in Lakes in Loch Vale, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado (Classic Reprint)
Author: Diane Mcknight
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Release Date: December 19, 2018
Excerpt from Seasonal Changes in Phytoplankton Populations and Related Chemical and Physical Characteristics in Lakes in Loch Vale, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
This report presents the phytoplankton data collected at Sky Pond, Glass Lake, and The Loch from May 1984 through January 1985. Phytoplankton data for Sky Pond were collected on 11 days from May 29, 1984, to January 22, 1985. Phytoplankton data for Glass Lake only were collected on May 22, 1984. Phytoplankton data for the Loch were collected on 14 days from May 23, 1984, to January 22, 1985. Other data collected at Sky Pond and The Loch include concentrations of major cations and anions, nutrients, organic carbon, and chlorophyll. Some preliminary interpretations are made pertaining to the causes of the phytoplankton population peaks in the spring and fall of 1984 and of the substantial phytoplankton population decrease in midsummer.
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