2011
DOI: 10.1590/s0001-37652011000400019 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: This study investigated the dynamics of cyanobacteria in two deep, eutrophic reservoirs in a semi-arid region of Brazil during periods of stratification and destratification. Four collections were carried out at each reservoir at two depths at three-month intervals. The following abiotic variables were analyzed: water temperature, dissolved oxygen, pH, turbidity, water transparency, total phosphorus, total dissolved phosphorus, orthophosphate and total nitrogen. Phytoplankton density was quantified for the det… Show more

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“…Additionally, atmospheric influence is higher at shorter wavelengths (ultraviolet and blue region) (Gordon et al 1988, Siegel et al 2000, hampering the performance of models using blue band (Mannino et al 2008). Inland waters such as lakes and reservoirs undergo with high eutrophication level and toxic phytoplankton bloom (Tundisi et al 2008, Dantas et al 2011, Oliveira et al 2014.…”
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“…Additionally, atmospheric influence is higher at shorter wavelengths (ultraviolet and blue region) (Gordon et al 1988, Siegel et al 2000, hampering the performance of models using blue band (Mannino et al 2008). Inland waters such as lakes and reservoirs undergo with high eutrophication level and toxic phytoplankton bloom (Tundisi et al 2008, Dantas et al 2011, Oliveira et al 2014.…”
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“…In comparison, cyanobacteria have been studied for a relatively short period, although they have high potential for biomass production, as illustrated by their blooms, which create numerous problems in reservoirs, especially for drinking-water supply. However, there are still divergences with regard to the cause and consequence of particular factors in the development of cyanobacteria (Dantas et al 2011).…”
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“…In Brazil, studies on phytoplankton in short sampling intervals (24 hours cycle) have been carried out with his approach (Araújo et al, 2000;Barbosa, 2002;Melo and Huszar, 2000;Nabout and Nogueira, 2007;Becker et al, 2009;Barbosa et al, 2011;Cunha and Calijuri, 2011;Cruz, 2011;Dantas et al, 2009;Dantas et al, 2011). Natural coastal lagoons in Rio Grande do Norte systems are important, especially when using as water supply for the city of Natal, as in Extremoz Lake (Raposo and Gurgel, 2003).…”
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