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Systematics and ecology of algae in austrian mountain streams



Systematics and ecology of algae in austrian mountain streams



Archiv fuer Hydrobiologie Supplement 53(4): 405-644



Some Ca-rich and Ca-poor, summer-cold and summer-warm streams in different geological areas of the Alps and the Bohemian Massif are investigated. All the algae found (except diatoms, included here) are carefully examined, described and illustrated. Frequent forms of several algae, especially Cyanophyta, create vegetation colorings in Ca-rich streams and rarely occur in Ca-poor streams. Composition and quantity of periphyton (growth) depend on ecological factors (chemistry, temperature, water level, current, light, substrate and pollution). Chemistry and temperature of the water are the controlling factors of algae occurrence in different stream types.

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