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Eutrophication Processes in Coastal Systems: Origin and Succession of Plankton Blooms and Effects on Secondary Production in Gulf Coast Estuaries

Robert J. Livingston
Format
Book
Published
Boca Raton : CRC Press, c2001.
Language
English
Series
Marine Science Series
ISBN
0849390621
Contents
  • I. Eutrophication Processes 1
  • II. Aspects of Excessive Nutrient Loading to Estuaries 3
  • III. Plankton Response to Nutrient Loading 4
  • IV. Phytoplankton Blooms and the HAB Concept 5
  • V. Natural History of HABs 6
  • VI. Phytoplankton as Indicators of Water Quality 7
  • VII. Food Web Response to Nutrient Loading 9
  • Chapter 2 Northeast Gulf of Mexico
  • I. Physiography 11
  • II. Regional Geology 14
  • III. Climate 17
  • A. Temperature 17
  • B. Precipitation 18
  • C. Wind 20
  • IV. River Flow 21
  • V. Tides 22
  • VI. Aquatic Habitats 22
  • Chapter 3 Primary Study Sites
  • I. Apalachee Bay (Econfina and Fenholloway River-Estuaries) 26
  • II. Apalachicola River and Bay System 27
  • III. Choctawhatchee River and Bay System 29
  • IV. Pensacola River and Bay System 31
  • V. Perdido River and Bay System 33
  • Chapter 4 Perdido Bay System: Eutrophication Processes and Plankton Blooms
  • A. Perdido Bay Study 38
  • B. Phytoplankton Bloom Status 39
  • II. River Flow Trends 40
  • A. Seasonal and Interannual River Flow Patterns 41
  • B. Riverine Influence on Bay Stratification and Flushing 42
  • III. Nutrient Dynamics 44
  • A. Nutrient Loading 44
  • B. Nutrient Concentration Gradients 49
  • C. Nutrient Limitation 51
  • IV. Sediment Quality 56
  • B. Physical Characteristics and Liquid Mud 57
  • C. Sediment Nutrients 58
  • D. Stable Isotope Analyses of Carbon Cycling 63
  • E. Toxic Agents 64
  • V. Water Quality: Spatial/Temporal Trends 65
  • B. Temperature and Salinity 68
  • C. Color, Turbidity, and Secchi Depths 69
  • D. Light Distribution and Primary Productivity 70
  • E. Dissolved Oxygen, Biochemical Oxygen Demand, and pH 72
  • F. Nutrients and Chlorophyll a 76
  • VI. Long-Term Phytoplankton Trends in Perdido Bay 81
  • B. Chronology of Phytoplankton Trends in Perdido Bay 85
  • C. Bloom Species 91
  • D. Long-Term Changes at the Division/Class Level 100
  • E. Silica and Diatom Abundance 104
  • F. Net Phytoplankton and Zooplankton 106
  • G. Whole-Water Phytoplankton 110
  • 1. Long-Term Changes in Phytoplankton Distribution 110
  • 2. Plankton Response to Nutrient Loading 118
  • H. Phytoplankton Blooms and the Benthic Microalgae 121
  • I. Phytoplankton Blooms and Water Quality 137
  • 2. Long-Term Water Quality Trends 137
  • 3. Phytoplankton Blooms and Chlorophyll a 140
  • J. Long-Term Sediment Quality Trends in Perdido Bay 143
  • K. Statistical Analyses of Phytoplankton Distributions 146
  • 1. 1993-1994 Bloom Period 146
  • 2. Comparison of Long-Term Trends 148
  • Chapter 5 Effects of Blooms on Secondary Production
  • II. Baywide Trends of Invertebrates and Fishes 154
  • B. Community Interactions 154
  • C. Trophic Organization 162
  • 2. Long-Term Trophodynamic Trends 166
  • Chapter 6 Comparison of Gulf Coastal Systems
  • I. Habitat Conditions 175
  • II. Salinity Stratification and Habitat Deterioration 176
  • A. Stratification, Dissolved Oxygen, and Sediment Condition 176
  • III. Nutrient Loading and Nutrient Concentrations 182
  • B. Flow Rates and Nutrient Loading/Concentrations 182
  • IV. Water Quality 188
  • V. Sediment Comparisons 191
  • VI. Phytoplankton Organization 196
  • B. Phytoplankton Communities in the Study Areas 197
  • 1. Wolf Bay 197
  • 2. Escambia Bay 203
  • 3. Apalachee Bay 210
  • 4. Choctawhatchee Bay 212
  • 5. Perdido Bay 217
  • C. Phytoplankton Indices 217
  • VII. Food Web Response to Plankton Organization 224
  • B. Existing Conditions 228
  • C. Food Web Comparisons 228
  • Chapter 7 Restoration, Research, and Regulation
  • I. Restoration of the Perdido System 237
  • II. "Ecosystem" Research 240
  • A. Gulf of Mexico 241
  • B. Chesapeake Bay 241
  • C. Florida Bay 244
  • D. Scientific Overview of the Eutrophication Question 246
  • III. Information,t Regulatory "Action," and Political Control 251.
Description
327 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 281-299) and index.
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