Virginia Journal of Science
The mesozooplankton in the Pagan River was dominated by calanoid copepods, with abundance peaks occurring during late winter-early spring and from late summer into early fall. This included spring, summer, and fall abundance maxima. The total mean abundance of the mesozooplankton was 3,008/m3.
Original Publication Citation
Davis, L.N., & Marshall, H.G. (1998). Mesozooplankton distribution and abundance in the Pagan River: A nutrient enriched subestuary of the James River, Virginia. Virginia Journal of Science, 49(3), 151-162.
Davis, Lillian N. and Marshall, Harold G., "Mesozooplankton Distribution and Abundance in the Pagan River: A Nutrient Enriched Subestuary of the James River, Virginia" (1998). Biological Sciences Faculty Publications. 107.