David Bowden

Kareen Schnabel2
Michelle Kelly2
Sadie Mills2
2Kareen Schnabel
2Michelle Kelly
2Sadie Mills
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BACKGROUND The approximately 350 demosponge species that have been described from Antarctica represent a faunistic component distinct from that of neighboring regions. Sponges provide structure to the Antarctic benthos and refuge to other invertebrates, and can be dominant in some communities. Despite the importance of sponges in the Antarctic subtidal(More)
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The New Zealand International Polar Year–Census of Antarctic Marine Life (NZ IPY-CAML) project added to previous benthic studies in the Ross Sea by extending sampling north from the continental shelf to previously unsampled areas of the shelf break, slope, abyssal plain and seamounts in the region. The aim of the current study is to give first insights into(More)
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