The goal of this work is to try to link phytoplankton dynamics to hydrological features, and to use the nutrient as a speculative instrument to do so. Water Residence Time is the hydrological trait’s chosen parameter, which is evidently integrated throughout the full water balancing frame. The dynamics of phytoplankton (Peridinium, Cyanophyta, Chlorophyta, and Diatoms) in Lake Kinneret were compared to hydrological factors throughout time. The algal biomass distribution was shown to be associated with hydrological characteristics. As a result, Residence Time, the best representor of the hydrological feature, is suggested as a critical parameter governing algal dynamics.
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Migal-Scientific Research Institute, Kiryat Shmone, Israel.
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