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Admiralty Bay Benthos Diversity—A census of a complex polar ecosystem
A thorough census of Admiralty Bay benthic biodiversity was completed through the synthesis of data, acquired from more than 30 years of observations. Most of the available records arise fromExpand
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Spatial and temporal dynamics of Antarctic shallow soft-bottom benthic communities: ecological drivers under climate change
BackgroundMarine soft sediments are some of the most widespread habitats in the ocean, playing a vital role in global carbon cycling, but are amongst the least studied with regard to speciesExpand
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Soft bottom sublittoral amphipod fauna of Admiralty Bay, King George Island, Antarctic
The present analysis is based on 140 quantitative samples collected from depths of 20 to 500 m in the central basin of Admiralty Bay and its inner shallow area, Ezcurra Inlet. One hundred and twentyExpand
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High species richness of Northwest Pacific deep-sea amphipods revealed through DNA barcoding
Abstract Although deep sea has become a subject of intense studies in the recent years, our knowledge of the diversity of benthic organisms, especially at the molecular level, is far from complete.Expand
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Kuril–Kamchatka deep sea revisited – insights into the amphipod abyssal fauna
Abstract During the KuramBIO expedition to the Kuril–Kamchatka Trench and abyssal plain, benthic samples from the depths from 4987 to 5422 m were collected using a camera-epibenthic sledge. In thisExpand
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Assemblages and habitat preferences of soft bottom Antarctic Amphipoda: Admiralty Bay case study
Amphipoda belong to enormously diverse benthic invertebrate groups in the Southern Ocean, playing a very important role in the Antarctic communities. However, in the majority of ecological studiesExpand
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Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic Asteroidea database
Abstract The present dataset is a compilation of georeferenced occurrences of asteroids (Echinodermata: Asteroidea) in the Southern Ocean. Occurrence data south of 45°S latitude were mined fromExpand
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Pontogammarus robustoides (G.O. Sars, 1894) (Crustacea, Amphiopoda), a new Ponto-Caspian invader in Great Masurian Lakes (NE Poland)
Recently Pontogammarus robustoides, a Ponto-Caspian amphipod species that has invaded Baltic lagoons and lower Vistula River at the end of 20th century, abundantly appeared in some water bodies ofExpand
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Deep-sea amphipod fauna of the Sea of Okhotsk
Abstract During joint Russian-German SokhoBio expedition held in 2015, the deepest area of the Sea of Okhotsk (Kuril Basin), the Bussol Strait and the western abyssal slope of the Kuril-KamchatkaExpand
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