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A ‘Natural’ Experiment in Santa Monica Bay, California: Potential Changes in the Microbial Loop in Response to Anthropogenic Nutrient Input

March 7, 2017

Parameters: Chlorophyll

 

 

Congratulations to Jayme Smith who was awarded a Travel Stipend for her poster presentation at ASLO 2017 featuring our Trilogy Laboratory Fluorometer.


Study Questions
•  Will the diverted Hyperion effluent cause a phytoplankton
bloom in Santa Monica Bay?

•  If phytoplankton do respond, what groups responded and
what was the magnitude of the response?

•  If phytoplankton do not respond, what inhibited the
response?

 

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Authors: Jayme Smith, Alyssa Gellene, Curtis Cash, Mas Dojiri, and David A. Caron

Institution:  University of Southern California, City of Los Angeles Environmental Monitoring Division

Location: Santa Monica Bay, CA USA

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