Baden, Daniel

UNCW

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Harmful algal blooms in the Gulf of Mexico : brevetoxin degradation and derivation formation via photochemical processes 2009 1430 Harmful algal blooms (HAB’s) of the dinoflagellate Karenia brevis (Gymnodinium breve) are recurring events in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) which have significant adverse human health, environmental and economic impacts. Brevetoxins (PbTx), produced by K....
Sediment oxygen demand and biochemical oxygen demand : patterns of oxygen depletion in tidal creek sites 2009 4746 Concerns about low dissolved oxygen levels in New Hanover County, North Carolina tidal creeks resulted in a study measuring rates of oxygen loss as water-column biochemical oxygen demand (BOD5) and sediment oxygen demand (SOD). Selected tidal cree...
The near-bottom chlorophyll A maximum in Onslow Bay : effects of wave events on benthic microalgae resuspension 2009 915 Both a significant benthic microflora and a near-bottom chlorophyll a maximum are present in Onslow Bay, NC. Over 80% of the chlorophyll a is associated with the sediments, supporting previous findings that primary production by microalgae on the ...