Algae report number 11, 2023

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.4 µg/l < mean -1std* > mean 1std* Plankton station 2The Skagerrak Å17 (Skagerrak open Sea) 11th of November The phytoplankton diversity was moderate but cell numbers low. Small cells dominated and Emiliania huxleyi was most common. Among the larger some cells the diatom Dactyliosolen fragilissimus was Last updated:

Algae report number 10, 2023

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) chlorophyll concentrations were below the normal range for this month. Fig 2. The potentially toxic genus Dinophysis, represented in this photo by D. auminata, was found in low cell numbers in the Baltic Sea this month. Photo M. Johansen. 4BY39 19th of October The phytoplankton diversity and abundances were Last updated:

Transports and budgets of oxygen and phosphorus in the Baltic sea

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Acidification On effects and monitoring of marine acidification in the seas surrounding Sweden Transports and budgets of oxygen and phosphorus in the Baltic Sea Kari Eilola, H. E. Markus Meier, Elin Almroth and Anders Höglund Oceanografi Nr 92, 2008 Editor Pia Andersson Co-authors Bertil Håkansson, Johan Last updated:

Algae report number 8, 2023

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läggs ut en gång per år. About AlgAware SMHI carries out monthly cruises in the Baltic Sea, the Kattegat and the Skagerrak. Results from semi-quantitative microscopic analysis of phytoplankton samples as well as chlorophyll measurements are presented in brief in this report. Information from SMHIs Last updated:

NATIONAL OPEN SEA MONITORING Results from 1990

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The project This report describes a project for environmental monitoring in the sea areas around Sweden, from the Kattegat to the northern part of the Bothnian Sea. SMHI carries out this project based on a contractual arrangement with the National Swedish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) and Last updated:

Algae report number 7, 2023

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mixture of the genus Tripos but also the genus Pseudo-nitzschia. Closer to the coast both the Tripos spp. and Proboscia alata was represented in the maxima. No clear surface accumulations of cyanobacteria were found in the Baltic Sea during this expedition. This was most likely due to relatively high wind Last updated:

Algae report number 6, 2023

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cruises in the Baltic Sea, the Kattegat and the Skagerrak. Results from semi-quantitative microscopic analysis of phytoplankton samples as well as chlorophyll measurements are presented in brief in this report. Information from SMHIs satellite monitoring of cyanobacterial blooms are found at smhi Last updated:

Algae report number 5, 2023

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, and within normal at all other stations. The diversity and cell abundances of phytoplankton were normal at all stations in the Baltic Sea with a post spring bloom community. Several dinoflagellate genera were present in high numbers at most stations, such as Gymnodiniales, Heterocapsa rotundata, and Last updated:

Algae report number 4, 2023

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norvegica* was found in elevated cell numbers at N14 Falkenberg. The integrated chlorophyll concentrations (0-10m and 0-20 m) were above normal for this month at Å17, and within normal at all other stations. Diversity and cell abundance of phytoplankton were high at all stations in the Baltic Sea and at the Last updated:

Algae report number 3, 2023

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the Kattegat, the integrated concentrations (0-10 and 0-20 m) were below normal. Diversity and cell abundance of phytoplankton were low at most stations in the Baltic Sea, with the exception of the two southern stations, where the spring bloom was ready to start; BY2 and BY5. Otherwise, there were Last updated: