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Title: In situ and satellite observations of a harmful algal bloom and water condition at the Pearl River Estuary in late autumn 1998.
Authors: DanLing Tang;Dana R. Kester;I-Hsun Ni;YuZao Qi;Hiroshi Kawamura
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:環境生物與漁業科學學系
Keywords: AVHRR;China;Dinoflagellate;Harmful algal bloom (HAB);In situ measurement;Pearl River estuary;SeaWiFS
Date: 2003-06
Issue Date: 2017-01-13T07:55:02Z
Publisher: Harmful Algae
Abstract: Abstract:Harmful algal blooms (HABs) have posed a serious threat to the aquaculture and fisheries industries in recent years, especially in Asia. During 1998 there were several particularly serious blooms in the coastal waters of south China, which caused a serious damage to aquaculture. We report a massive dinoflagellate bloom near the mouth of Pearl River in November 1998 with analyses of data from both in situ sea water measurements and satellites. A multi-parameter environmental mapping system was used to obtain real-time measurements of water quality properties and wind data through the algal bloom area, which allow us to compare water measurements from inside and outside of the bloom areas. This bloom with high concentrations of algal cells was evident as a series of red colored parallel bands of surface water that were 100–300 m long and 10–30 m wide with a total area of about 20–30 km2 by visual. The algal density reached 3.8×107 cells l−1 and the surface chlorophyll-a (Chl-a) concentration was high. The algal species has been identified as Gymnodinium cf. catenatum Graham. The water column in the bloom area was stratified, where the surface temperature was 24–25 °C, the salinity was 18–20%, and the northern wind was about 3–4 m s−1 in the bloom area. The SeaWiFS image has shown high Chl-a area coinciding with the bloom area. The sea surface temperature (SST) image of the Pearl River estuary combined with the in situ measurements indicated that the bloom occurred along a mixing front between cooler lower salinity river water and warmer higher saline South China Sea (SCS) water.
Relation: 2(2), pp.89-99
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/40098
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