Phytoplankton, Seagrass, Water quality
The Bay Study Group intends to periodically monitor seagrass coverage, seagrass speciecs composition, and C. prolifera coverage within Hillsborough Bay and adjacent waters. Potential relationships between various environmental parameters and seagrass coverage will be investigated. Results should provide valuable information concerning natural seagrass renewal and rates of seagrass growth. Such information is much needed in order to make sound decisions concerning seagrass restoration and viable mitigation options.
Scholar Commons Citation
City of Tampa Department of Sanitary Sewers, "An ongoing survey of Halodule wrightii, Ruppia maritima and the alga, Caulerpa prolifera, in Hillsborough Bay, Florida" (1988). Reports. 123.