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This new quantity of Advances in Marine Biology includes stories on a variety of very important matters comparable to: 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 an eye on of horizontal shipping of decapod crustacean larvae; comparability of marine copepod outfluxes: nature, cost, destiny and position within the carbon and nitrogen cycles.
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1983, 2002). In contrast, areas where dispersants had not been applied recovered after 2–3 years (Southward and Southward, 1978). , 1990; Bryan and Gibbs, 1991). In the United Kingdom, the dogwhelk Nucella lapillus proved to be highly sensitive to TBT pollution, decreasing in abundance throughout the English Channel, with some local extinctions. , 1985), disappeared from inshore waters around Plymouth in the 1980s (Boalch, 1987) but has now begun to return again (G. T. , unpublished data). In 1987, TBT was banned in the United Kingdom on vessels less than 25 m in length.
Russell, 1973; Southward and Boalch, 1986, 1994). Further declines were apparent in C. helgolandicus and in euphausids leading to a reduction in the diversity of intermediate trophic levels. Nonclupeid larval ﬁsh (Figure 22) were reduced to very low levels from 1930 to 1965. , 1988a). At the time, these changes (later known as the ‘‘Russell Cycle’’; Cushing and Dickson, 1976) were attributed to reduced Atlantic ﬂow into the English Channel (Kemp, 1938). This was assumed to cause a reduced inﬂux of ‘‘new’’ inorganic nutrients, with the concurrent eVects of decreased primary production and reduced phytoplankton abundance leading to decreases of biomass in all higher trophic levels (Russell, 1933, 1935a; Kemp, 1938).
Mu¨ller) Parasagitta elegans (Verrill) Parasagitta friderici (Ritter-Zahony) Calanus helgolandicus Claus Candacia armata Boeck Subeucalanus subcrassus (Giesbrecht) Pareuchaeta hebes (Giesbrecht) Centropages typicus Krøyer Podon spp. Evadne nordmanii Loven Euthemisto gracilipes (Norman) Nyctiphanes couchii (Bell) Meganyctiphanes norvegica (M. Sars) Limacina retroversa (Fleming) Bivalve larvae Clione limacine (Phipps) larvae of Luidia sarsi Duben and Koren Echinoderm larvae and postlarvae Salpa fusiformis Cuvier Northwestern Southwestern Polychaetes Chaetognaths Copepods Cladocerans Amphipods Euphausids Molluscs Echinoderms Tunicates Doliolidae Appendicularia Southwestern Northwestern Northwestern Channel Northwestern Southwestern Western Western Southern Western/southwestern Western Northwestern Western Northwestern Northwestern Coastal Western Northwestern Coastal Western/southwestern oceanic South western a The list was originally drawn up by Russell (1935a).
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