Virginia Journal of Science
Three diatoms and nine dinoflagellates, known to be associated with toxin production, have been identified within Chesapeake Bay. Over the past several decades this number has increased to its present level so that they now represent approximately 1.7% the total number of phytoplankton species reported for the Bay.
Original Publication Citation
Marshall, H.G. (1996). Toxin producing phytoplankton in Chesapeake Bay. Virginia Journal of Science, 47(1), 29-37.
Marshall, Harold G., "Toxin Producing Phytoplankton in Chesapeake Bay" (1996). Biological Sciences Faculty Publications. 108.