Algae report number 7, 2020

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Tripos. This genus was especially common in the fluorescens peaks found at about 20m at a couple of stat-ions. Baltic Sea No large surface accumulations were noted in the south of the Baltic. The wind and waves kept the filaments disper-sed in the watercolumn. The small grains of aggregations that were Last updated:

Algae report number 6, 2020

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Both the species diversity and total cell numbers were higher at Släggö (coastal station) than at Å17 (outer sea) at the time of sampling. Diatoms dominated at both stations and predominantly Guinardia flaccida was found. This species also dominated in the fluorescence peaks that were sampled. The Last updated:

Algae report number 9, 2020

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concentrations were within normal for this month all stations. Overall the phytoplankton community in the Baltic Sea consisted of small cells with a total domination of really small cells at some stations. Different ciliates were also common in most samples. A few filaments of different cyanobacteria were also Last updated:

Algae report number 1, 2013

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The cell concentrations were low in all sampling stations at the Swedish West coast and in the Baltic Sea. The species diversity was higher in the Kattegat and Skagerrak areas than in the Baltic Sea. The species diversity was highest among the dinoflagellates although it seems like the diatom Last updated:

Algae report number 6, 2012

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Despite the great secchi depth, quite high phytoplankton cell numbers and many species were found at the Skagerrak coast. In the open sea area, phytoplankton were more scarce. In the Kattegat the diatom Dactyliosolen fragilissimus and the cyanobacterium Anabaena sp. were abundant. In the Baltic Sea Last updated:

Algae report number 1, 2012

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the Baltic Sea, besides this there was nothing to report. The integrated (0-20 m) chlorophyll a concentrations were low, but within normal for this month in all sampling areas. This report is a shortened version because of lack of events in the phytoplankton world. Last updated:

Algae report number 4, 2020

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numbers at both stations in the Kattegat. The integrated (0-10 m and 0-20 m) chlorophyll concentrations were low but within normal for the month. The only exception was at Å17 in the Skagerrak open sea, where the concentration was slightly above what is normal.   The species diversity was generally high Last updated:

Algae report number 5, 2020

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Tripos (previously Ceratium) was most common at these stations. The integrated chlorophyll concentrations were low but within normal for the month at all stations along the west coast. The species diversity was generally high in the Baltic Sea, but the total cell numbers were low except for the stations Last updated:

Model calculations of dispersion of lindane over Europe. Pilot study with comparisons to easurements around the Baltic Sea and the Kattegat.

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SMHI RMK No.68, February 1996 Model calculations of dispersion of lindane over Europe Pilot study with comparisons to measurements around the Baltic Sea and the Kattegat Christer Persson and Anders Ullerstig SMHI REPORTS METEOROLOGY and CLIMATOLOGY No.68, February 1996 Model calculations of Last updated:

Algae report number 2, 2014

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This report presents the results from the cruise from the end of February to the beginning of March. The species diversity and cell concentrations were low in the Baltic Sea and at the majority of the stations visited in the Skagerrak and the Kattegat. The most species rich samples were found at BY Last updated: