Growth factors in the production of giant KelpLanguage: English Publisher: Florida: Institute of gas and Technology, 1977Description: pp. 127-140 ilustraciones., cuadrosSubject(s): Producción de Energía | BiomasaDDC classification: 333.953
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El artículo es parte de: Clean fuels from biomass and wasteAbastecimiento de Energía
The Marine Farm Project is studying problems of kelp production in the near - surface layers of the deep sea. The ultimate objetive is bioconversion of solar energy. Our experiments have established that help growth al offshore locations is atrongly limited by availability of dissolved nutrients. We are currently investigating nutrient requirements of kelp to guide fertilizing programs for marine farms.