Galveston Bay ecosystem freshwater requirements and phytoplankton productivity.
Hinson, M.O., Jr.
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Salinity and temperature are interrelated in controlling population distributions of the six common organisms of Galveston Bay. Requirements for freshwater inflows were established. The laboratory bioassay data (first set) show that growth rates of the test organism, Dunaliella (a green flagellate), in water taken from Galveston Bay in April, 1972 could be increased by the addition of large amounts of nitrate or phosphate.