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The primary production in the bratsk reservoir russian sfsr ussr part 2. the assimilation of carbon by phytoplankton



The primary production in the bratsk reservoir russian sfsr ussr part 2. the assimilation of carbon by phytoplankton



Izvestiya Sibirskogo Otdeleniya Akademii Nauk SSSR Seriya Biologicheskikh Nauk (1): 50-58



The annual algae production in Balagansk broadening of Bratsk reservoir fluctuates from 37 to 98 gC/m2, the absolute maximum in the period of free water-up to 1089 mgC/m3-are registered in August and in the beginning of September, and in the period-up to 75 mgC/m3-at the end of April. The regularities of the primary production changes by vertical are fixed and the daily dynamics of carbon assimilation by algae is shown.

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