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Taxonomy, ecophysiology and mitigation of fouling diatoms in a hydro electric canal at Tarraleah (Tasmania)

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Perkins, Kathryn Jennifer (2010) Taxonomy, ecophysiology and mitigation of fouling diatoms in a hydro electric canal at Tarraleah (Tasmania). PhD thesis, University of Tasmania.

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Item Type: Thesis (PhD)
Keywords: Fouling organisms, Hydroelectric power plants
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Available for use in the Library and copying in accordance with the Copyright Act 1968, as amended. Thesis (PhD)--University of Tasmania, 2010. Includes bibliographical references. Ch. 1. Hydro electricity generation in Australia and a description of the Tarraleah Hydro canal system -- Ch. 2. Environment -- Ch. 3. Taxonomy of algal biofouling from the Tarraleah Hydro electric scheme and the description of Gomphonema Tarraleah Sp.Nov. -- Ch. 4. Early microalgal species successon artificial substrates in Tarraleah No.1 Hydro canal -- Ch. 5. Light adaptation and fouling health in relation to canal wall orientation and water depth -- Ch. 6. Growth and stalk production of marine and freshwater diatoms in response to light and temperature -- Ch. 7. Biofouling mitigation techniques: trials and recommendations -- Ch. 8. Conclusions -- Ch. 9. References -- Appendices

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