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Phytoplankton species and populations in the Pamlico River Estuary of North Carolina

John E. Hobbie

Phytoplankton species and populations in the Pamlico River Estuary of North Carolina

by John E. Hobbie

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Published by Water Resources Research Institute of the University of North Carolina] in [Raleigh .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Carolina,
  • Pamlico River.
    • Subjects:
    • Algae -- North Carolina -- Pamlico River.,
    • Phytoplankton populations -- North Carolina -- Pamlico River.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statement[by] John E. Hobbie.
      SeriesWater Resources Research Institute of the University of North Carolina. Report no. 56, Report (Water Resources Research Institute of the University of North Carolina) ;, no. 56.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD1694.N8 N6 no. 56, QK571 N6 no. 56
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 147 p.
      Number of Pages147
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5392933M
      LC Control Number72610243

        Three sequential hurricanes, Dennis, Floyd, and Irene, affected coastal North Carolina in September and October These hurricanes inundated the region with up to 1 m of rainfall, causing to year flooding in the watershed of the Pamlico Sound, the largest lagoonal estuary in the United States and a key West Atlantic fisheries nursery. We .   A study was conducted in November to assess sediment quality and condition of benthic fauna in the Neuse River Estuary (NRE), North Carolina, USA, following the passage of three Atlantic hurricanes during the two months prior. Samples for analysis of macroinfauna (> mm sieve size), chemical contamination of sediments, and other abiotic .

      North Carolina ESI FISH Polygons, Lines Data Set Published / External North Carolina, Project Completed This data set contains sensitive biological resource data for marine, estuarine, anadromous, and freshwater fish species in North Carolina. Vector polygons (FISH POLYS) in this data set represent fish distributions, spawning and . Paerl et al. described the impacts of three sequential hurricanes in (i.e., Dennis, Floyd, and Irene) on the Pamlico Sound estuary in North Carolina. Data used in the study included continuous (minute sampling intervals) and weekly monitoring in the Neuse and Pamlico River estuaries and monthly poststorm sampling in Pamlico Sound.

      Marine Benthic Dynamics (Belle W. Baruch Library in Marine Science) by Tenore, Kenneth R. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at attention to the phytoplankton of rivers. During the s, working with Dr Tony Irish and, later, also Dr Alex Elliott, he helped to develop a family of models based on, the dynamic responses of phytoplankton populations that are now widely used by managers. He has published two books, edited a dozen others.


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Google ScholarCited by: PHYTOPLANKTON SPECIES AND POPULATIONS IN THE PAMLICO RIVER ESTUARY OF NORTH CAROLINA John E. Hobbie Professor of Zoology North Carolina State UniversiFy Raleigh, N. The work upon which this publication is based was supported in part by funds provided by The Office of Water Resources Research, Department of Interior, through The Water Resources Research Institute, The University of North.

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@article{osti_, title = {Ecology of the Pamlico River, North Carolina: an estuarine profile}, author = {Copeland, B J and Hodson, R G and Riggs, S R}, abstractNote = {The Pamlico River Estuary in eastern North Carolina is a continuation of the freshwater Tar River and a major tributary to Pamlico Sound, the primary estuarine fishing ground of the State.

Hobbie, J. Phytoplankton species and populations in the Pamlico River, North Carolina. Report No. Water Resources Research Institute of the University of North Carolina, Raleigh, pp. Hopkinson, C. Nutrient regeneration in shallow-water sediments of the estuarine plume region of the nearshore Georgia Bight, U.S.A.

Marine. In this study, phytoplankton total biomass, as chlorophyll a, and group‐specific chemotaxonomic indicators (including chlorophylls and carotenoids) were used to characterize community responses to human (nutrient) and climatic (hydrologic) perturbations in the Neuse River Estuary–Pamlico Sound, North Carolina, USA.

This estuarine–coastal. • The Albemarle-Pamlico Sound is located in North Carolina and is the second largest estuary in the United States.

The region's watershed is approximat square miles. The Albemarle- Pamlico Sound encompasses over 9, miles of freshwater rivers and streams and over million acres of brackish, estuarine waters. Light absorption by phytoplankton and chromophoric dissolved organic matter in the drainage basin and estuary of the Neuse River, North Carolina (U.S.A.).

Freshwater Biology ;50(3) RC (Final). In an effort to capture and evaluate some of this variability, we sampled four sites—two upstream and two downstream—at each of two North Carolina rivers (the Neuse River and the Tar-Pamlico. Phytoplankton species and populations in the Pamlico River estuary of North Carolina.

Report #56, Water Resources Research Institute, University of North Carolina, Raleigh. Google Scholar — Nutrients and eutrophication in the Pamlico River estuary, N.C. Report #, Water Resources Research Institute, University of North Carolina, Raleigh.

Phytoplankton NH 4 + and NO 3 − uptake was examined along the longitudinal salinity gradient of the Delaware Estuary over several seasonal cycles using 15 N-tracer techniques.

Saturated nitrogen uptake rates increased directly with water temperature and reached a maximum of nmol Nl −1 h −1 during summer. This temperature dependence. Viruses are being developed as probes of specific phytoplankton and bacteria species.

If successful virus-host systems can be isolated in the laboratory setting and propagated viruses can be fluorescently tagged and used in natural samples to probe for their host species in natural waters. (NRE and Pamlico River Estuary, North Carolina, and.

to December along the Tar-Pamlico River estuary were measured using high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). From the concentrations of these pigments, phytoplankton biomass and community composition was estimated along the spatial gradient of the freshwater end of the Tar-Pamlico River estuary to the mouth of the Tar-Pamlico River.

Phytoplankton primary production may provide a key link between nutrient inputs and potential outbreaks of Pfiesteria-like biflagellated zoospores in the Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina. At the Upper Piscataqua River Station, median levels ranged from to ug/L with maximum levels from to ug/L.

Note that was the only year that levels rose above 20 ug/L for this station. chl a levels at the remaining three stations (Squamscott River, Oyster River and Coastal Marine Laboratory) did not exceed 12 ug/L between.

and supports several types of endemic shellfish species. The estuary is located at the outlet of the Tar-Pamlico River Basin, which drains approximately 6, mi2 and is the fourth largest river basin in North Carolina (Fig. The Tar River drains majority of the watershed area before reaching saline waters and becoming the Pamlico River.

Ecosystem-level impacts of two hurricane seasons were compared several years after the storms in the largest lagoonal estuary in the U.S., the Albemarle–Pamlico Estuarine System. A segmented linear regression flow model was developed to compare mass-water transport and nutrient loadings to a major artery, the Neuse River Estuary (NRE), and to.

Three sequential hurricanes, Dennis, Floyd, and Irene, affected coastal North Carolina in September and October These hurricanes inundated the region with up to 1 m of rainfall, causing to year flooding in the watershed of the Pamlico Sound, the largest lagoonal estuary in the United States and a key West Atlantic fisheries nursery.This data set contains sensitive biological resource data for marine, estuarine, anadromous, and freshwater fish species in North Carolina.

Vector polygons (FISH POLYS) in this data set represent fish distributions, spawning and nursery areas, concentration areas, migration areas, anadromous fish runs, and harvest areas. Vector lines (FISH LINES) represent spawning runs .