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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An interview-based cognitive analysis of stakeholder perceptions of whale watching in Puget Sound, Washington Hamlin, HaleySince 1986, when the commercial whaling moratorium was established, whale watching has become a prominent tourism industry. Accompanying this increase in the industry is the conflict between different stakeholders on the ...
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 ...
Size-selective mortality and environmental factors affecting early marine growth during early marine life stages of sub-yearling Chinook salmon in Puget Sound, Washington Gamble, Madilyn MarisaBody size, mediated through biotic and abiotic factors affecting growth, is fundamental in determining survival as larger animals are usually less vulnerable to predation, starvation, and extreme environmental conditions ...