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Articles by Liangmin Huang
Total Records ( 3 ) for Liangmin Huang
  Weihua Zhou , Kedong Yin , Aimin Long , Hui Huang , Liangmin Huang and Dedi Zhu
  The spatial and seasonal dynamics of total and size-fractionated phytoplankton biomass (chlorophyll- a) as well as physical and chemical factors in the Yangtze River Estuary and adjacent East China Sea coastal waters were investigated from April 2002 to February 2003. Average surface total and water column integrated chlorophyll a biomass showed a clear seasonal variation in response to the Yangtze River discharge, with the highest in summer (~4 mg m-3 and >60 mg m-2), intermediate in spring and autumn (~1 mg m-3 and 26–28 mg m-2), and the lowest in winter (0.5 mg m-3 and <20 mg m-2). Summer maximum chlorophyll a concentrations (>10 mg m-3) occurred at intermediate salinities (~20–30) region beyond the front zone between 112.5°E and 123°E with sufficient nutrients replenishment for phytoplankton growth. Generally, spatial distribution of size-fractionated phytoplankton showed that phytoplankton biomass was dominated by the large size fraction (>20 μm) in the turbid eutrophic estuarine and near-shore waters, while the small-sized phytoplankton (<5 μm) were dominant in the offshore stations. Phosphate was the main limiting nutrient of phytoplankton biomass in river diluted water and most near-shore stations, while dissolved inorganic nitrogen became the potential limiting nutrient in some offshore stations, except for summer when phosphate limited almost all in the whole investigation region. Controlling the inputs of phosphate loading from the Yangtze River is one of the most effective strategies for reducing the increasing eutrophication and occurrences of harmful algal blooms in Yangtze River Estuary and adjacent East China Sea coastal waters.
  Xiubao Li , Sheng Liu , Hui Huang , Liangmin Huang , Zhiyou Jing and Chenglong Zhang
  Luhuitou fringing reef, which has been seriously affected by human activities and terrestrial runoff, has degraded quickly in recent decades. However, direct impact by hyperthermal stress has probably been minimal because of the influence of the Qiongdong upwelling in summer. Seawater temperature anomalies in 2010 resulted in mean monthly seawater temperatures in summer to be 1–2°C higher than in the same period of the 3 preceding years. Moderate coral bleaching at Luhuitou fringing reef was observed in the summer of 2010 due to high thermal stress. Montipora was the most susceptible taxon, whereas Galaxea fascicularis and Pocillopora damicornis were among the least susceptible taxa. Mortality of Montipora was 21.7%, whereas for the remaining taxa it was less than 5%. No mortality was observed for tabular Acropora, G. fascicularis, P. damicornis, Favites and Leptoria. Most taxa showed relatively high bleaching in larger colonies compared with that in smaller ones. Juvenile coral colonies showed less bleaching (3%) than adult coral colonies (28%). Our study suggested that although most taxa in the survey area might recover from this moderate coral bleaching episode, coral reproduction in the year following bleaching may be adversely affected.
  Xia Zhang , Xiaoping Huang and Liangmin Huang
  In coastal cultural regions of Dapeng Cove (southwest of Daya Bay), the composition, abundance and community structure of phytoplankton, as well as physicochemical variables, were investigated to identify factors driving seasonal changes. During summer, local phytoplankton biomass was low, probably because of nutrient depletion. In September, sudden heavy rainfalls resulted in a substantial increase in nitrogen. As a result, a disturbance-tolerant diatom, Skeletonema costatum, increased rapidly. Organic matter associated with freshwater runoff, fishery activities and settled algal cells increased consumption of dissolved oxygen (DO), especially in fish farms. It was suggested that heavy rainfall events was probably a trigger of low oxygen level and exerted a major effect on nutrient cycling and the phytoplankton community. In winter, phytoplankton community was characterized by dinoflagellates, which are adapted to well-mixed conditions. Spring blooms composed of Pseudonitzschia delicatissima and P. pungens were triggered by warm temperature and increasing light intensity. Excessive ammonium levels in March probably contributed to bloom initiation. Dissolved inorganic nitrogen (DIN) and total phosphorus (TP) concentrations in fish farms were significantly higher than that in bivalve cultures and control sites although phytoplankton abundance in fish farms was not. We suggest that intense fish culture farming exerts more pressure on the ambient environment than shellfish farming.
 
 
 
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