Influence of climate on seawater quality and green mussel production

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https://doi.org/10.3989/scimar.05232.027

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air temperature, rainfall, seawater quality, climate change, cultivation area, Perna viridis

Abstract


This study aimed to investigate the relationships between atmospheric parameters, seawater quality and green mussel production which were cultured in pond, estuary and coastal areas. Seawater and mussel samples were collected from mussel farms in the inner Gulf of Thailand from January to December 2019. Climate data were obtained from the Thai Meteorological Department. The correlations between selected atmospheric and seawater parameters were developed using linear and non-linear models. The influence of seawater quality on mussel production was evaluated using principal component analysis and stepwise multiple linear regression. The effects of atmospheric variation on green mussel productivity were simulated. The results showed that high air temperature and rainfall caused an increase in seawater temperature and a decrease in salinity, respectively. It was observed that the most influential factors affecting mussel production were nutrients and dissolved oxygen in ponds, temperature and salinity in estuaries, and nutrients and pH in coastal areas. The simulation indicated that mussel production can deteriorate when air temperature reaches 34°C and rainfall is higher than 200 mm per month. Our results suggest that under climate change events, locations with less riverine influence can provide higher mussel productivity. These results can be used as a guideline for farmers during a climate change event.

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2022-04-07

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Srisunont C, Srisunont T, Intarachart A, Babel S. Influence of climate on seawater quality and green mussel production. scimar [Internet]. 2022Apr.7 [cited 2022Sep.29];86(1):e027. Available from: https://scientiamarina.revistas.csic.es/index.php/scientiamarina/article/view/1916

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Thailand Research Fund
Grant numbers MRG6180223

Office of the Higher Education Commission
Grant numbers MRG6180223