Biweekly diatom collections and chemical analyses were made in the autumn of 1970 from sites on Brewer's Creek, a small central Iowa stream, and the Boone River. Eight diatom collection sites and five chemical analysis sites were used. Diatom population data and chemical data both indicate that this is a high alkaline, eutrophic stream. The creek water has a high conductivity which may, in part, explain why diatoms considered to be mesohalobous are present in the collections.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
©1972 Iowa Academy of Science, Inc.
Edwards, Michael and Christensen, C. L.
"Notes on Autumn Collections of Diatoms from Brewer's Creek, Hamilton County, Iowa,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 79(1), 25-30.
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