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Basic algae ecology, must read

Discussion in 'Aquatic Microbiology' started by Tom Barr, Oct 6, 2009.

  1. Tom Barr

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    Phytoecology1

    A good site.
    Give it a read.

    Regards,
    Tom Barr
     
  2. Philosophos

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    At first I was mildly confused by the layout and look of the thing; it took me a minute to figure out that these are lecture notes. A lot of it doesn't apply to our situation, but I did find the part on competition interesting. I think I may have to put Tilman’s book on the subject of resource competition on my list of eventual purchases.

    There's more lecture notes from the same class here:
    Limnology

    Some of the other lecture topics seem hit and miss. I'd probably glaze over during the phosphate = algae lectures, and try to shake it out of my head after. If I were a student, I'd also want to know why there needs to be 4-5 lectures on the evils of humanity, but none on the processes involved with a lake naturally meeting its end.

    -Philosophos
     
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