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Secondary Production of Microcopepods in the Southern, Eutrophic Basin of Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands
|Title:||Secondary Production of Microcopepods in the Southern, Eutrophic Basin of Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands|
Bartholomew, Edwin F.
|Issue Date:||Oct 1976|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii Press|
|Citation:||Newbury TK, Bartholomew EF. 1976. Secondary production of microcopepods in the southern, eutrophic basin of Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands. Pac Sci 30(4): 373-384.|
|Abstract:||The microcopepods function as an important herbivorous group
in the planktonic community of the southern, sewage-rich portion of Kaneohe
Bay, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands. Most of the microcopepod biomass was composed
of a rapidly producing species of Paracalanidae. The Paracalanidae population
production rate was calculated with the field population stage composition, the
length: dry weight relationship, and the species development rate in both laboratory
and in situ containers. The population production rate: biomass ratio equalled
78 percent per day during summer 1968. For all of the microcopepods, secondary
production was estimated to be 1.8 mg nitrogen/m3/day.
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 30, Number 4, 1976|
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