Transparency - aquatic habitats, Biology

Transparency - Aquatic Habitats

Transparency affects the extent of light penetration. It is indirectly related to turbidity. Suspended particulate matters such as clay, silt and phytoplankton make the water turbid. Consequently limiting the extent of light penetration and this photosynthetic activity in a significant way.

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