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Growth responses of the reef-building coral Montastraea annularis along a gradient of continental influence in the southern Gulf of Mexico
Effects of turbidity on the migration of juvenile banded kokopu (Galaxias fasciatus) in a natural stream
Environmental factors associated with the spatial distribution of crustose coralline algae on the Great Barrier Reef.
Biology of the black-stripe minnow Galaxiella nigrostriata, (Galaxiidae) in an acidic, black-water lake in Melaleuca Park near Perth, Western Australia
Field measurements of water column optical properties from the Kootenai River in northern Idaho, September 26-27, 2017, and similar data from several other rivers
Field measurements of various optical properties of the water column were acquired from a single location on the Kootenai River in northern Idaho, September 26-27, 2017, to support research on remote sensing of rivers, particularly estimation of water depth from passive optical image data. The field measurements included in this data release include several parameters measured with three different instruments. A WetLabs EcoTriplet multi-probe was used to measure the volume scattering coefficient (Beta) at 700 nm, the back-scattering coefficient (b_b) at 700 nm, chlorophyll concentration, colored dissolved organic matter (CDOM) concentration, and turbidity. A Sequoia Scientific LISST-100X was used to measure the...
These data were compiled during a laboratory experiment showing the turbidity response to increasing silt and clay concentration. The sediment used for the laboratory experiment was collected in the Grand Canyon study area, from the bank of the Little Colorado River, approximately 1 kilometer upstream from its confluence with the Colorado River. The sediment was passed through a 63 µm sieve to isolate the silt-and-clay-size fraction. The silt and clay was completely dried in an oven (at 105 degrees Celsius for 12 hours), weighed, mechanically disaggregated, and added in stages to a measured volume of water to calculate concentration. The sediment was kept in suspension with an electric stirrer and turbidity was...
Increased sediment supply to the Great Barrier Reef will not increase sediment accumulation at most coral reefs
Understanding the success and failure of oyster populations: The importance of sampled variables and sample timing
Summary statistics and trend analysis of water-quality data at sites in the Gila River basin, New Mexico and Arizona
Increased abundance and depth of submersed macrophytes in response to decreased turbidity in Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron