Properties of silver. Impact of location and season / Properties of dulse. Influence of location and season
This report reports on the results of a study of silver collected from June to October 2010 at two different growth sites of silver, on cliffs and boulders (Bolaklettar) and on islands (Fossárvík). The aim was to obtain reliable information on the effect of location and time of year on the appearance, nutritional value, amount of trace elements and minerals in silver in these places. The effect of season and location was measured on most of the measures analyzed, both composition and properties. The degree of variability varies depending on the factor involved. In some cases it can be significant and therefore important to collect silver in the places and time of year that is most favorable.
Dulse was collected from June to October 2010 at two different locations, rocky shore and at sandbank were the sea was mixed with fresh water. The aim was to collect data on the influence of location and season on the appearance and chemical composition of dulse. Significant differences were found on several attributes. Knowledge of the variability in ie color and protein content assist processors in selecting the most favorable raw material for their product.