Algal situation reports

Reports from SMHIs offshore sampling programme, which describe the algal situation in marine waters surrounding Sweden.

Algae report number 8, 2017

The phytoplankton samples from the Skagerrak and Kattegat areas had rather high species diversity and the largest number of species, dominated by diatoms, were observed at Släggö in the Skagerrak. At Släggö there was also high numbers of the naked stage of the flagellate genus Dictyocha, which …

 
Type: Report
Author: Ann-Turi Skjevik
Published: Oct, 2017
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Algae report number 8, 2017

The phytoplankton samples from the Skagerrak and Kattegat areas had rather high species diversity and the largest number of species, dominated by diatoms, were observed at Släggö in the Skagerrak. At Släggö there was also high numbers of the naked stage of the flagellate genus Dictyocha, which …

 
Type: Report
Author: Ann-Turi Skjevik
Published: Oct, 2017
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Algae report number 7, 2017

The diatom Proboscia alata was found in high concentrations at all stations in the Skagerrak and in Kat-tegat. The species diversity was generally low at all west coast stations. One or two chlorophyll maxima were found at all stations, mainly caused by P. alata and also by different species …

 
Type: Report
Author: Marie Johansen
Published: Jul, 2017
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Algae report number 6, 2017

The phytoplankton diversity was generally low in the Kattegat and Skagerrak areas. Rather small chlorophyll fluorescence peaks were caused by a few diatom species and the dinoflagellate genus Ceratium. The summer bloom of cyanobacteria was ongoing in the Baltic Sea. Aphanizomenon flos-aquae …

 
Type: Report
Author: Ann-Turi Skjevik
Published: Jul, 2017
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Algae report number 5, 2017

Diatoms dominated along the Swedish west coast. The total cell concentrations were overall quite low. Chlorophyll concentrations were within normal at most stations except in the northern stations Å15 and Å13 where they were above normal for the month. The flagellate Pseudochattonella spp.*, …

 
Type: Report
Author: Marie Johansen
Published: Jun, 2017
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Algae report number 4, 2017

Chlorophyll fluorescence maxima and some high measured chlorophyll concentrations in the Kattegat and Skagerrak areas were mainly caused by the flagellate Pseudochattonella spp.*, potentially harmful for fish. The flagellate has been observed during the two previous cruises as well. The cells were …

 
Type: Report
Author: Ann-Turi Skjevik
Published: May, 2017
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Algae report number 3, 2017

The phytoplankton genus Pseudochattonella spp.*, which is potentially harmful to fish when in high abundancies, was still blooming in the Kattegat and Skagerrak areas during the March cruise. The genus caused chlorophyll fluorescence maxima at several stations. The diatom spring bloom seems smaller …

 
Type: Report
Author: Ann-Turi Skjevik
Published: Mar, 2017
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Algae report number 2, 2017

The phytoplankton genus Pseudochattonella spp.*, which is potentially mortal to fish when in high abundancies, was present with quite high cell numbers at all of the phytoplankton monitoring stations in the Kattegat and Skagerrak area. Fluorescence maxima at Anholt E, Å13 and Å15 were mainly caused …

 
Type: Report
Author: Ann-Turi Skjevik
Published: Mar, 2017
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Algae report number 1, 2017

All phytoplankton samples from the Skagerrak, the Kattegat and the Baltic Sea had low species diversities. All of the cell counts were very low. All of the Skagerrak stations except Släggö were not visited during the cruise due to bad weather conditions. No further detailed phytoplankton …

 
Type: Report
Author: Ann-Turi Skjevik
Published: Jan, 2017
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Algae report number 11, 2016

A diatom bloom was present at the Skagerrak and Kattegat stations with a dominance of Pseudo-nitzschia spp.* and Pseudosolenia calcar-avis. Chlorophyllfluorescence maxima at Släggö, Anholt E and W Landskrona were mainly caused by the same diatom species. There were quite high cell numbers of …

 
Type: Report
Author: Ann-Turi Skjevik
Published: Dec, 2016
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