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Hurricane Irma’s Impact on Water Quality and Phytoplankton Communities in Biscayne Bay (Florida, USA)

Overview of attention for article published in Estuaries & Coasts, July 2019
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Hurricane Irma’s Impact on Water Quality and Phytoplankton Communities in Biscayne Bay (Florida, USA)
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Estuaries & Coasts, July 2019
DOI 10.1007/s12237-019-00592-4
Authors

Anna Wachnicka, Joan Browder, Thomas Jackson, William Louda, Christopher Kelble, Omar Abdelrahman, Erik Stabenau, Christian Avila

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#11,844,675
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#485
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#170,326
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#25
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