Variation in biomass of submerged and emergent aquatic vegetation in the St. Lawrence River

Variation in biomass of submerged and emergent aquatic vegetation in the St. Lawrence RiverThe specific composition, biomass, vertical distribution and metal content of submerged and emergent aquatic plants in the St. Lawrence were evaluated. The riparian vegetation community of the St. Lawrence is characterized by the presence of extensive wetlands in the floodplain, a border of emergent plants and vast underwater meadows dominated by American wild celery (Vallisneria americana), a strong indicator species of metal concentration.

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Scientific Publication - Metal accumulation in American wild celery (Vallisneria americana Michx.) in the St. Lawrence River: effects of water depth and exposure to current
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Scientific Publication - Ranking the effects of site exposure, plant growth form, water depth, and transparency on aquatic plant biomass
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Scientific Technical Report - «Caractérisation de la biomasse et de la teneur en métaux des herbiers du Saint-Laurent (1993-1996)»
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