Ohio Journal of Science
Eight sets of water samples were taken to a depth of 36 ft. during a 24-hr. period. A homogeneity was found in the vertical distribution of the total phytoplankton in samples from 7 of the 8 hydro-casts. Skeletonema costatum and Asterionella japonica were the most numerous phytoplankters in every sample, with the majority of their counts each exceeding 500, 000 cells per liter.
Original Publication Citation
Marshall, H.G. (1966). Diurnal distribution of phytoplankton from a single station at the mouth of the James River. Ohio J Sci, 66((3)), 253-255.
Marshall, Harold G., "Diurnal Distribution of Phytoplankton From a Single Station at the Mouth of the James River" (1966). Biological Sciences Faculty Publications. 97.