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Changes and causes of variability in salinity and dissolved inorganic phosphate in the Irish Sea, English Channel, and Dutch coastal zone
In an attempt to investigate the sources of variability in salinity and dissolved inorganic phosphate (DIP) in the English Channel, Irish Sea, and southern North Sea, time series (20‐40 yr) ofExpand
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Observations on the Ecology of Some Brackish Water Organisms in Pools at Scarlett Point, Isle of Man
Investigations on the euryhaline species Idotea chelipes (Pallas) [= viridis (Slabber)] (Naylor 1955) led to observations on other brackish water organisms in pools at Scarlett Point in the Isle ofExpand
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Mine-derived metal pollution in the Isle of Man
Abstract The sediments of rivers draining areas of past mining activity in the Isle of Man contained greatly enhanced levels of zinc, lead and, to a lesser extent, copper and cadmium. ThisExpand
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Water circulation and nutrients in the North-west Irish Sea
Abstract The results of hydrographic observations made in the Irish Sea to the west of the Isle of Man during 1954–1961 and 1965–1968 are presented and discussed. The picture that emerges suggestsExpand
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Evidence for eutrophication of the Irish Sea over four decades
The Irish Sea is showing early signs of eutrophication extending offshore, beyond localized inshore effects, according to an unusually long time series of measurements taken in the central Irish Sea.Expand
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Occurrence of Discocotyle sagittata on Sea Trout
Discocotyle sagittata Leuckart is a well-known mono-genetic trematodo found on the gills of European sal-monids1–3. So far as I am aware it has previously only been found on hosts caught in freshExpand
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Two species of Jaera (Isopoda:Asellota) are recognized in Britain, namely J. albifrons Leach [= J. marina Bate & Westwood = Oniseus marinus Fabricius nee Linne] and J. nordmanni (Rathke) (see Bate &Expand
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The physical hydrology of a lagoon system on the Pacific coast of Mexico
Abstract The annual hydrological cycle of the Caimanero-Huizache lagoon system on the Pacific coast of Mexico was investigated during 1977–1978. There is a well defined wet season during which theExpand
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