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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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