Paper Title:
A Phytoplanktonic Investigation and Water Quality Assessment about Tanjiang River
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A phytoplanktonic investigation of Tanjiang River was conducted in March 2011. 202 species of phytoplankton belonging to 86 genera and 7 phyla were identified altogether. Chlorphyta and Bacillariophyta which occupied 36.14% and 43.56% of the total number were the most, indicating that the green algae and diatom were the dominant group. Tanjiang River was β-meso-polluted to oligo-polluted judging from phytoplankton community while it was clean or light-polluted judging from Shannon-Weaver diversity index, Margalef diversity index and Pielou evenness index. Tanjiang River was light-polluted or oligo-polluted judging from the above indicators in normal water season, but there has been a trend to β-meso-polluted.

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Han Zhao
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3795-3798
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.130-134.3795
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H. W. Wang, W. Zhang, K. M. Li, Y. G. Zhou, H. M. Xu, S. An, L. Ma, "A Phytoplanktonic Investigation and Water Quality Assessment about Tanjiang River", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 130-134, pp. 3795-3798, 2012
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