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Fish larvae assemblages in the Gulf of California
The distributional diversity and assemblages of fish larvae in the Gulf of California indicated two main seasonal stages and two transitional periods: in winter, the tropical water mass is confinedExpand
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Biological effects of El Niño 1997-98 on a shallow subtropical ecosystem: Bahía Magdalena, Mexico
Sea surface temperature (SST), zooplankton biomass and chlorophyll a concentration, along with abundance of four copepod species: Acartia clausi, Acartia lilljeborgii, Paracalanus parvus and CalanusExpand
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Spawning of Small Pelagic Fishes in Bahı́a Magdalena, Baja California Sur, México, at the Beginning of the 1997–1998 El Niño Event
Abstract A study of the seasonal abundance of planktonic eggs and larvae of small pelagic fishes, and relationships of egg and larval abundances with sea surface temperature and zooplankton biomassExpand
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Fish larvae from the Gulf of California
SUMMARY: Taxonomic composition of fish larvae was analysed from 464 plankton samples obtained during 10 oceanographic surveys in the Gulf of California between 1984 and 1988. We identified 283 taxa:Expand
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Influences of El Niño on assemblages of mesopelagic fish larvae along the Pacific coast of Baja California Sur
Abstract Seasonal assemblages of mesopelagic fish larvae and changes related with environmental factors (plankton biomass, sea surface temperature anomaly, upwelling, and the multivariate El NiñoExpand
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Mesopelagic fish larval assemblages during El Niño-southern oscillation (1997-2001) in the southern part of the California Current
Mesopelagic species are the principal constituents of larval fish assemblages inhabiting the southerly Cali- fornia Current region. Seasonal larval abundance is influenced by circulation of theExpand
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Seasonal abundance of fish larvae in a subtropical lagoon in the west coast of the Baja California Peninsula
High diversity of fish along the west coast of the Baja California Peninsula is a consequence of strong climatic contrasts between the cool California Current and the warm subtropical CaliforniaExpand
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Larval fish associations related to environmental changes in Bahía Chamela, Jalisco and Santiago-Manzanillo, Colima (2001-2002)
Spatial and temporal structure of fish larvae associations and their relationship to the environmental variability were studied at Bahia Chamela, Jalisco, and Santiago-Manzanillo complex, Colima,Expand
Vertical structure of larval fish assemblages during diel cycles in summer and winter in the southern part of Bahia de La paz, Mexico
The effect of environmental variables on the vertical structure of larval fish assemblages in a tropical coastal lagoon was analyzed. Ichthyoplankton samples were collected from the near-bottom andExpand
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