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Main Title Development, Replicability and Modeling of Naturally Derived Microcosms.
Author Brockway, Donald L. ; Hill, IV, James ; Maudsley, James R. ; Lassiter., Ray R. ;
CORP Author Environmental Research Lab., Athens, GA.
Year Published 1978
Report Number EPA/600/J-79/011;
Stock Number PB-295 821
Additional Subjects Nutrients ; Toxicity ; Water pollution ; Dissolved gases ; Nitrogen ; Phosphorus ; Conductivity ; Carbon ; Organic compounds ; pH ; Algae ; Photosynthesis ; Biomass ; Model tests ; Tanks(containers) ; DDT ; Reprints ; Microcosms
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NTIS  PB-295 821 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
Experiments with naturally derived, self-developing microcosms were performed to determine the coefficient of variation for dissolved nitrogen and phosphorous, conductivity, dissolved organic carbon, pH, photosynthesis-to-respiration ratio, and final algal biomass. Ten replicate tanks in each of three treatments were set up with 8 liters of standard reference water. Twenty of the tanks were flow-through and ten were static. Coefficients of variation (CV) for any one sampling time for ten replicates ranged from 0 to 219 percent, but for most parameters, the CV was consistently less than 20 percent. Methoxychlor was introduced into the microcosms after 73 days to obtain preliminary information for further experiments and to test modeling techniques. The methoxychlor disappeared rapidly and produced no apparent effects on the study parameters.