Temperature control and encystment of the toxin- producing dinoflagellate, Alexandrium catenella, in Puget Sound, Washington
Alexandrium catenella is a dinoglagellate which produces a neurotoxin, and is prevalent in Puget Sound. A. catenella represents a serious risk to consumers and farmers of shellfish. This study examines the environmental (temperature) conditions under which A. catenella encysts with a goal of being able to predict the occurence of a harmful algal bloom.
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Vano, J.A.; Voisin, N.; Cuo, N.; Hamlet, A.F.; Elsner, M.M.; Palmer, R.N.; Polebitski, A.; Lettenmaier, D.P. (2009)
Learning from Early Commercial Tidal Energy Projects in the Puget Sound, Washington and the Pentland Firth, Scotland McMillin, Thomas NealUsing a textual analysis to interview data approach, this study explores two of the first multiple-device tidal energy projects to identify the key learning outcomes gained by stakeholders. The cases chosen are the Snohomish ...
Goetz, Frederick A.Diadromy is an unusual but widely distributed form of migration in fishes, and thus understanding these fishes requires a full knowledge of their behavior in both marine and freshwater environments. Freshwater ecology is ...