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Dissolved oxygen in Maine estuaries and embayments

1996 results and analyses

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Published by Administrator in Maine Dept. of Environmental Protection

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      • Includes bibliographical references (p. 18 (first set)).August 30, 1997.DEPLW97-23.

        StatementMaine Dept. of Environmental Protection
        PublishersMaine Dept. of Environmental Protection
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        LC Classifications1997
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        Paginationxvi, 107 p. :
        Number of Pages96
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        ISBN 10nodata
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Cape Cod is composed of a total of watersheds see glossary53 of which discharge directly into coastal embayments Fig. Detecting range shifts for estuarine species is especially difficult, given the dynamic environment that such fish occupy. Australian estuaries are generally small by global scales e. Biocriteria development requires identification of natural factors that control the composition of biological assemblages. Therefore, reduced runoff into estuaries may lead to a greater reliance on non-terrestrial sources of carbon in food webs.

wind stress and fluctuations in sea level and other ocean properties. On the basis of such models, it was predicted that all of Australia was likely to warm this century, although the warming would be less in the south, especially in winter. Several variables influenced by climate change, including reduced river flow and increased temperatures, may lead directly to increased frequency of hypoxia.

Research on pH changes has focussed on marine systems, although, recently, developed an estuarine-equilibrium model using the composition of the river and seawater end members to model pH across salinities see also Hunter 2007.

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Fact Sheet: Estuarine and Coastal Marine Waters: Bioassessment and Biocriteria Technical Guidance

Phytoplankton biomass and productivity, timing and intensity of seasonal blooms and spatial and temporal composition and diversity are all also linked to freshwater inflow. Land use within catchments and the use and management of groundwater and surface water will all influence potential flows into estuaries and thereby affect the ecology of the system.

Water bodies receive oxygen from the atmosphere and from aquatic plants. Final report on dissolved oxygen levels in select Maine estuaries and embayments summer 1995 by Kelly, John R.

Few estuaries are pristine environments and other anthropogenic stressors, such as water abstraction, habitat modification, urbanisation and exploitation of resources, will interact with climate-related variables to profoundly influence estuarine waters and associated assemblages.

Conditions in estuaries in subtropical and tropical Australia are dominated by wet and dry seasons. Wave-dominated estuaries and deltas often have sand bars that form barriers across the entrance that may completely close and have variable opening regimes.