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- Röthig, Till; Ochsenkühn, Michael A.; Roik, Anna; Merwe, Riaan; Voolstra, Christian R.
- Molecular ecology 2016 v.25 no.6 pp. 1308-1323
- runoff, etc ; Algae; Pseudomonas veronii; Rhodobacteraceae; Scleractinia; acclimation; bacteria; bacterial communities; bleaching; calcification; chronic exposure; community structure; corals; environmental factors; freshwater; long term experiments; microbiome; mortality; nitrogen fixation; oxidation; photosynthesis; salinity; salt tolerance; seawater; stenohaline species; sulfur; symbionts; Show all 27 Subjects
- ... Scleractinian corals are assumed to be stenohaline osmoconformers, although they are frequently subjected to variations in seawater salinity due to precipitation, freshwater run‐off and other processes. Observed responses to altered salinity levels include differences in photosynthetic performance, respiration and increased bleaching and mortality of the coral host and its algal symbiont, but a st ...
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- Lizotte, Richard E., Jr.; Douglas Shields, F., Jr.; Murdock, Justin N.; Knight, Scott S.
- Chemosphere 2012 v.87 no.7 pp. 684
- agricultural runoff, etc ; Algae; Hyalella azteca; aquatic invertebrates; atrazine; chlorophyll; environmental fate; floodplains; land management; metolachlor; nitrogen; nutrients; permethrin; phosphorus; phytoplankton; pigments; rain; risk reduction; sediments; toxicity; wetlands; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... We assessed the aqueous toxicity mitigation capacity of a hydrologically managed floodplain wetland following a synthetic runoff event amended with a mixture of sediments, nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus), and pesticides (atrazine, S-metolachlor, and permethrin) using 48-h Hyalella azteca survival and phytoplankton pigment, chlorophyll a. The runoff event simulated a 1h, 1.27cm rainfall event f ...