By R. Jan Stevenson, Yangdon Pan, J. Patrick Kociolek, John C. Kingston
Advances in Algal Biology: A Commemoration of the paintings of Rex Lowe was once written by means of scholars and associates of Rex Lowe to recognize his esteemed occupation that integrated unprecedented contributions to investigate and educating. Papers within the booklet conceal quite a few issues in algal ecology, targeting benthic algal ecology in freshwater ecosystems. The stories offer an strange mixture of small-scale experiments and large-scale local surveys that bridge either simple and utilized ecology. Ecologists, limnologists, phycologists, and environmental scientists will locate necessary contributions to the improvement and alertness of algal study.
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The arrow for total alkalinity is not shown; the arrowhead would be located between those for pH and hardness. analysis, the 16 water chemistry variables explain 26% of the total variance in diatom assemblage composition. The variables related to the ﬁrst axis (Fig. 3) are clearly most important in distinguishing among the four major groups of samples, especially the Gulf Coast sites (right side of the plot) and the much more dilute Southeast sites (left side). , total P, NO3, BOD) are considerably less important at this large scale, and are most closely related to the second axis.
There were substantial diﬀerences in water chemistry among the eight TWINSPAN Groups (Fig. 2). , Maine, 34 20 NE SE 800 WA GC 15 600 NE SE 400 WA GC BOD (mg/L) Total Hardness (mg/L) 1000 200 10 5 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 9 3 4 5 6 7 8 1000 8 6 5 NE SE WA GC Phosphate (μg/L) 800 7 pH 2 NE SE WA GC 600 400 200 4 0 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 TWINSPAN Groups 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 TWINSPAN Groups Figure 2. Hardness, BOD, pH, and SRP concentrations in the 8 TWINSPAN Groups based on the data set of 104 samples with complete water chemistry.
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Advances in Algal Biology: A Commemoration of the Work of Rex Lowe (Developments in Hydrobiology) by R. Jan Stevenson, Yangdon Pan, J. Patrick Kociolek, John C. Kingston