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- Noble, Rachel T., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Ecological applications 2007 v.17 no.sp5 pp. S102
- Vibrio; algal blooms; anaerobic conditions; bacterioplankton; chlorophyll; estuaries; eutrophication; human population; models; phytoplankton; risk; rivers; salinity; summer; surface water; North Carolina
- ... Bacterioplankton response to eutrophication is a critical part of the transition from phytoplankton blooms to bottom‐water hypoxia in estuaries. This topic is of particular concern when endemic bacterial populations, such as Vibrio sp., may pose a health risk to local human populations using estuaries for recreation and food. The purpose of this study was to observe the dynamics of both Vibrio and ...
- Noble, Rachel T., et al. Show all 12 Authors
- Ecological applications 2007 v.17 no.sp5 pp. S3
- Internet; National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; algal blooms; atmospheric deposition; case studies; decision making; estuaries; eutrophication; fisheries; groundwater; habitats; macroalgae; models; nutrients; pollution load; seagrasses; shellfish; stormwater; surface water; wastewater; wastewater treatment; water quality; watersheds; Atlantic Ocean
- ... The Barnegat Bay–Little Egg Harbor Estuary is classified here as a highly eutrophic estuary based on application of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Estuarine Eutrophication Assessment model. Because it is shallow, poorly flushed, and bordered by highly developed watershed areas, the estuary is particularly susceptible to the effects of nutrient loading. Most of this ...