algae and water quality

Monique Reed monique at mail.bio.tamu.edu
Tue May 29 09:11:16 EST 2001


If you can find a textbook on phycology or water quality testing, that
would probably do.  What I remember from phycology years ago, it's
mostly the blue-green guys that denote poor quality (Merismopedia,
etc.) and some of the more delicate greens that suggest good quality
(Volvox, etc.)

M. Reed

Beverly Brown wrote:
> 
> Hi!
> 
> Does anyone know of a good source for information on what types of algae
> are linked to various levels of water quality?  I have a 1962 reference,
> but suspect there is something more recent.  Is there an e-mail list
> someone could suggest?
> 
> Thanks - and happy summer!
> 
> Beverly
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