This volume is a source book of protocols for studying, monitoring and managing harmful marine microalgae. Proliferation of microalgae in marine, brackish or fresh waters can cause massive fish kills, contaminate seafood with toxins and alter ecosystems in ways humans perceive as harmful. About 300 species of microalgae are reported to form mass occurrences, so-called 'blooms', and nearly one-fourth of these species are known to produce toxins.This manual covers the fields of harmful algal sampling, identification, culturing, toxin analysis, toxicology and management.Jaime, E.; Hummert, C.; Luckas, B. 2000. Ion-exchange separation of PSP toxins for HPLC determination with different detection. In: Proc. 9th Int. Conf. Harmful Algal Blooms (HAB 2000), 4-14 February 2000, Hobart, Tasmania, p. 141.
|Title||:||Manual on Harmful Marine Microalgae|
|Author||:||Gustaaf M. Hallegraeff, Donald Mark Anderson, Allan D. Cembella, Henrik O. Enevoldsen|
|Publisher||:||UNESCO - 2003|