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This new quantity of Advances in Marine Biology includes studies on quite a lot of vital matters reminiscent of: long term oceanographic and ecological study within the western English Channel; marine biofouling on fish farms and its remediation; interactions among behaviour and actual forcing within the keep watch over of horizontal delivery of decapod crustacean larvae; comparability of marine copepod outfluxes: nature, fee, destiny and position within the carbon and nitrogen cycles.
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This interpretation has considerable signiﬁcance for the concept of plankton indicator species derived from northwestern and southwestern sources (Southward, 1962, 1980). 3. Nutrients The nature of the nutrient data collected oV Plymouth reﬂects the development of quantitative measurement techniques in marine chemistry and the evolution of the ‘‘agricultural’’ hypothesis that production in the sea was controlled chieﬂy by inorganic nitrate and phosphate. The earliest phosphate measurements were made in 1916 in Plymouth Sound (Matthews, 1917a,b).
2002; Pingree, 2002) linked negative winter NAO conditions with increased continental slope ﬂow and warmer than average temperatures along the slopes and outer shelf, particularly for the winter conditions of 1995–1996. Negative winter NAO conditions are associated with southerly or southeasterly winds in the region and so will tend to add a wind-driven component to a slope current forced by density and dynamic height gradients. LONG-TERM RESEARCH IN THE ENGLISH CHANNEL 19 To understand the large variability in the measured currents, modelling studies were developed to deduce wind-induced circulation in the western English Channel (Pingree and GriYths, 1980).
1992). During these studies it was established that good survival after settlement of the high-water species, Chthamalus montagui, depended on exposure to air (Burrows, 1988). The ratio of the barnacle species (the two Chthamalus species compared with S. , 1995). This time lag represents the average interval between reproduction in successive generations. The relationship between events in the Channel and further oVshore (the best correspondence is found with Bay of Biscay sea surface temperature) indicates a general forcing function from the ocean.
Advances in Marine Biology, Vol. 47 by Alan J. Southward, Paul A. Tyler, Visit Amazon's Craig M. Young Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Craig M. Young, , Lee A. Fuiman