As some of you might have read my previous email,I am
studying a eutrophic Scottish lake in the northern of
Glasgow city. Algal blooms of Gloeotrichia echinulata
began last June 2003, and increased gradually to reach
a maximum value (according to Chl-a measurements) in
the mid of August. However,during the third week of
August, the blooms disappeared very rapidly(most of
the blooms disappeared within almost 3 days) without
any clear reason related to the nutrients
I am wondering what might have caused that rapid
Now, another species of algae( seems to be green algae
from the Chl analyses) has appeared in the lake. I
have some photos for it in this link:
Please can any one have a look on them and help me to
identify the new species.
Thank you very much in advance.
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