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Phytoplankton monitoring in the South Adriatic (Adricosm-STAR project), 2008-2009.

Latest version published on Aug 4, 2017 This resource has not been registered with GBIF.

Phytoplankton monitoring in the South Adriatic (Adricosm-STAR project), 2008-2009.

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How to cite.

Researchers should cite this work as follows:

Cabrini M., Fornasaro D. (2017) Phytoplankton monitoring in the South Adriatic (Adricosm — STAR project), 2008-2009. OGS (Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale), Division of Oceanography. https://doi.org/10.6092/a641ca08-b2c3-42bb-a221-43c4abc9cfc0.

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Geographic Coverage.

South Adriatic Sea (Gulf of Manfredonia, Italy and coast of Montenegro).

Bounding Coordinates South West [41.331, 16.1], North East [42.475, 19.529]

Taxonomic Coverage.

Temporal Coverage.

Start Date / End Date 2008-06-25 / 2009-04-25.

Project Data.

The project aims at the development and partial implementation of an integrated coastal area and river and urban waters management system that considers both observational and modelling components. The area of investigation is the Bojana river Delta and the whole Montenegro Adriatic coast: the project considers transboundary water issues, such as the Bojana river that is managed by both Montenegro and Albania, and the Montenegro coastal area which is naturally affected by Albanian marine waters. The project develops innovative components such as studies of climate change impacts on the water resources and sediment transport.

Title ADRICOSM integrated river basin and coastal zone management system: Montenegro coastal area and Bojana river catchment (Adricosm — STAR) Identifier SDN::EDMERP::11804 Funding Italian Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea (MATTM — Ministero dell’Ambiente e della tutela del territorio e del mare). Study Area Description Study area of the entire project: Adriatic Sea (40-46N, 12-20E), the Bojana river Delta and the whole Montenegro Adriatic coast: the project considers transboundary water issues, such as the Bojana river that is managed by both Montenegro and Albania, and the Montenegro coastal area, 2007-03-01/2010-02-28. Design Description Regular monitoring.

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Sampling Methods.

Discrete water samples at multiple depth layers.

Study Extent Gulf of Manfredonia in South West Adriatic Sea and Coast of Montenegro,South East Adriatic Coast, 2008-06-25/2009-04-25.

Method step description:

Samples were fixed with Ca(HCO3)2-buffered formaldehyde (0.8% final concentration) and cell abundance and species composition of phytoplankton were estimated according to Utermöhl’s method (1958), using an inverted microscope equipped with phase contrast, at 200-320-400x final magnifications.