At three stations in the shallow Semyachik Lagoon, Kronotskii Bay, Kamchatka, 72 species and intraspecific taxa of microalgae were found. Diatoms (55) were the dominant group. In the qualitative and quantitative respects, phytoplankton was mainly represented by casually planktonic (benthic) species of diatoms. The general features of diel dynamics of phytoplankton were similar at the three stations and depended on the fluctuations of the level of tidal currents. The highest biomass (up to 363 mg/m3) and density (up to 66000 cells/I) were observed between 12∶00 and 18∶00 at low tide; these characteristics were an order of magnitude lower than at high tide.
Russian Journal of Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 18, 2007
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