Phosphorus Control of Algal Production and Biomass in the Thompson River, British Columbia

Phosphorus Control of Algal Production and Biomass in the Thompson River, British Columbia

Microform - 1989
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The first phase of the experimental trough research program during 1980-81 established that the higher algal biomass levels in the Thompson River downstream from Kamloops Lake were caused by phosphorus originating from point source discharges near Kamloops. The 2nd phase of the program consisted of extensive controlled phosphorus addition experiments conducted at Chase, B.C. during 1984-86. This report presents the results of those experiments.
Publisher: Saskatoon, Sask. : Inland Waters Directorate, National Hydrology Research Institute, 1989
Description: 9 p. : ill
ISBN: 9780662169468
0662169468
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 89-05533

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