Home > GCR > Vol. 6 > Iss. 3 (1979)
Localized Plankton Blooms and Jubilees on the Gulf Coast
The writers describe various small types of plankton blooms such as those occurring in boat slips, the head of a large bayou and a strip type bloom of Chaetoceras on the Gulf beach. Oyster kills from “poison water” draining off of marshes are said to be caused by plankton bloom. Small “jubilees” are said to be caused by localized blooms and one of these is described as it occurred.
Gunter, G. and C. H. Lyles.
Localized Plankton Blooms and Jubilees on the Gulf Coast.
Gulf Research Reports
Retrieved from https://aquila.usm.edu/gcr/vol6/iss3/12