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OLS Field Name OLS Field Data
Main Title Flow-Through Microcosms for Simulation of Marine Ecosystems: Development and Intercomparison of Open Coast and Bay Facilities.
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Henderson, R. Scott.
Smith, Stephen V.
Evans, Evan C, III.
Publisher Defense Technical Information Center
Year Published 1976
Report Number NUC-TP-519
OCLC Number 227444371
Subjects Ecology. ; Biological Oceanography. ; Ecosystems. ; Marine biology. ; Simulation. ; Environments. ; Tanks(containers) ; Hawaii. ; Bays. ; Water chemistry. ; Biological laboratories.
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EKCM  QH91.8.B4H45 1976 CEMM/GEMMD Library/Gulf Breeze,FL 09/22/2014
Collation 76 p.
Contents Notes
A low-nutrient flow-through seawater facility is constructed on an open coast of Oahu, Hawaii. The facility complements a system of similar design existing in the high-nutrient environs of Kaneohe Bay. Present at each site are 12 tanks, each having a capacity of 160 gallons (600 liters) and each of which can be adjusted for flow-through rates of 0.1 to 15.0lpm. Biotic communities of varying complexity can be established by the natural recruitment of transplantation of organisms. Results are presented for a calibration test conducted from March through June 1975 to determine interfacility differences in source water chemistry, organism recruitment, and growth of biota in the tanks. (Author).