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Blue-green algae of the shores and marshes of southern Delaware

R. D. Ralph

Blue-green algae of the shores and marshes of southern Delaware

by R. D. Ralph

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Published by College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware in Newark, Del .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cyanobacteria -- Delaware -- Identification.,
  • Marine algae -- Delaware -- Identification.

  • Edition Notes

    Grant 2-35223.

    Statementby R.D. Ralph.
    GenreIdentification.
    SeriesDEL-SG -- 20-75.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination139 p. :
    Number of Pages139
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16107437M

    It's not uncommon to see blue-green algae in area lakes and ponds this time of year, find out what causes it and when we will start seeing the surfaces of our. Blue-green algae of the shores and marshes of southern Delaware / by R.D. Ralph. Newark, Del.: College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware, A2 no Seed-bearing halophytes as food plants: proceedings of a conference, University of Delaware, June , / G. Fred Somers, editor.

    Blue Green Algae (Cyanobacteria) Season Summary. The season summary status of Blue-green Algae shown on the map reflects conditions from early June thru mid October. Observations and samples were collected once each week. Each dot on the map represents a testing site. Blue-green algae can be found in water bodies worldwide, including those throughout Washington State. Blue-green algae contain photosynthetic pigments similar to those found in algae and plants. They may appear as single cells or groups of cells. Colonies may clump together on the water's surface to form a surface scum, which can cause water.

      A recent study of harmful algal blooms in the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science show a . Meanwhile, beachgoers and marine life continue to suffer impacts from a persistent red tide algae bloom that has been plaguing Southwest Florida’s Gulf Coast since this past fall.


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Blue-green algae of the shores and marshes of southern Delaware by R. D. Ralph Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Blue-green algae – also known as cyanobacteria – are naturally occurring microscopic organisms that increase in density or “bloom” under certain environmental conditions, most commonly an oversupply of nutrients combined with warm water temperatures.

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The blue-green algae represent a unique stage in the evolution of plant life. The cyanophyta are clearly procaryotic organisms and so they might well be called blue-green bacteria.

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Photo by Bill Yates (Photo on right) Sign alerting citizens that an algal bloom in the area has potentially made direct contact with water unsafe. Blue green algae (BGA) occurs naturally in waterways, wetlands and water storages. It is a common seasonal occurrence in Victoria and a natural component of most aquatic systems, including streams, lakes, estuaries and the sea.

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A salt marsh or saltmarsh, also known as a coastal salt marsh or a tidal marsh, is a coastal ecosystem in the upper coastal intertidal zone between land and open saltwater or brackish water that is regularly flooded by the tides.

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Monitor beach areas for blue-green algae.; Contact the local health department if blue-green algae is suspected.; Close swim area and post signs to prohibit wading and swimming if suspicious algae is in the swim area.; Post advisory signs if blooms are observed outside.blue-green algae Economics of algal production and application 47 Indian State level organizational pattern for 53 the transfer of blue-green algae technology Elements of development programmes 57 References 59 Appendices I.

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