Jim Duston2
Juan A. Manríquez-Hernández2
Connie Lovejoy1
2Jim Duston
2Juan A. Manríquez-Hernández
1Connie Lovejoy
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Evaluating and understanding biodiversity in marine ecosystems are both necessary and challenging for conservation. This paper compiles and summarizes current knowledge of the diversity of marine taxa in Canada's three oceans while recognizing that this compilation is incomplete and will change in the future. That Canada has the longest coastline in the(More)
  • Stuart R Jenkins, Pippa Moore, Michael T Burrows, David J Garbary, Stephen J Hawkins, Agnar Ingólfsson +4 others
  • 2008
The contrasting histories of the western and eastern shores of the North Atlantic Ocean provide an excellent opportunity to consider the implications of past events for present ecological processes and the functioning of marine ecosystems. Similarities and differences in assemblage composition have been driven by large-scale events, such as the trans-Arctic(More)
To investigate the illuminance requirements for the culture of red algae in finfish effluent, both Chondrus crispus and Palmaria palmata were assessed simultaneously at three irradiances. Apical tips, 3.5 cm length, were stocked at 2 g L−1 in 1-L glass flasks with enriched seawater in two 24-day experiments, at 10 and 14 °C, respectively. Palmaria grew up(More)
The high cost of aeration needed to tumble culture macroalgae is a limiting factor for integration with land-based finfish culture. Toward reducing this electricity cost, we compared intermittent aeration (16 h on:8 h off) with continuous aeration (24 h on) on the productivity of two strains of Chondrus crispus (Basin Head and Charlesville) and Palmaria(More)
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