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Ecosystem dynamics of the Pacific-influenced Northern Bering and Chukchi Seas in the Amerasian Arctic
Abstract The shallow continental shelves and slope of the Amerasian Arctic are strongly influenced by nutrient-rich Pacific waters advected over the shelves from the northern Bering Sea into theExpand
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New outlook on the system of chitons (Mollusca: Polyplacophora)
In order to build а natural classification of the chitons, а new approach is proposed that uses not only the shells, as usual, but also other suitable features including aesthetes, girdle, radula,Expand
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Community structure of epibenthic megafauna in the Chukchi Sea
Climate change and increased focus on resource development in Arctic Seas have fueled interest in the Chukchi Sea, yet few quantitative studies have been conducted on the larger, epifaunal componentExpand
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Unusual abundance of macrobenthos and biological invasions in the Chukchi Sea
The data from the expedition of the program RUSALCA conducted in 2004 showed unexpectedly high quantitative indices of macrobenthos in the southeastern Chukchi Sea. Extensive areas of the bottomExpand
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Check-list of species of free-living invertebrates of the Russian Far Eastern seas
The list contains approximately 8500 species of free-living invertebrates, inhabiting 5 defined regions of the Far Eastern seas of Russia: northern and north-western parts of the Sea of Japan (1),Expand
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Deep-sea chitons (Mollusca, Polyplacophora) from sunken wood off New Caledonia and Vanuatu
Les chitons de l'ordre Lepidopleurida representent une composante reguliere, et meme parfois abondante, des faunes profondes associees aux bois coules et aux autres debris vegetaux. Onze especes sontExpand
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The future of Arctic benthos: Expansion, invasion, and biodiversity
Abstract One of the logical predictions for a future Arctic characterized by warmer waters and reduced sea-ice is that new taxa will expand or invade Arctic seafloor habitats. Specific predictionsExpand
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