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Greening of the coasts: a review of the Perna viridis success story
The green mussel Perna viridis has been receiving a lot of attention from workers working in the research areas of intertidal ecology, aquaculture, pollution monitoring, biofouling, zoogeography andExpand
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Trophic Relationships in the Rhine Food Web during Invasion and after Establishment of the Ponto-Caspian Invader Dikerogammarus villosus
The Rhine ecosystem is highly influenced by anthropogenic stresses from pollution, intensive shipping and increased connectivity with other large European rivers. Canalization of the Rhine resultedExpand
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Trophic Relationships in the Rhine Food Web during Invasion and after Establishment of the Ponto-Caspian Invader Dikerogammarus villosus
The Rhine ecosystem is highly influenced by anthropogenic stresses from pollution, intensive shipping and increased connectivity with other large European rivers. Canalization of the Rhine resultedExpand
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Trophic relationships in an interlinked mangrove-seagrass ecosystem as traced by delta 13C and delta 15N
The food web structure of a mangrove forest and adjacent seagrass beds in Gazi Bay, Kenya, was examined with stable carbon and nitrogen isotope ratio techniques. A carbon isotopic ratio gradient wasExpand
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SCHRAM Ecological impact of crustacean invaders : General considerations and examples from the Rhine River
The paper reviews the impact of and success factors for crustacean invaders in aquatic systems. As an example, recent invasions of crustaceans in the Rhine River are considered in more detail. InExpand
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Sediment features, macrozoobenthic assemblages and trophic relationships (delta13C and delta15N analysis) following a dystrophic event with anoxia and sulphide development in the Santa Giusta lagoon
Macrozoobenthic assemblages and stable carbon (delta(13)C) and nitrogen (delta(15)N) isotope values of various primary producers (macroalgae and angiosperms) and consumers (macroinvertebrateExpand
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Reproduction, growth rate and culture potential of the green mussel, Perna viridis (L.) in Edaiyur backwaters, east coast of India
Abstract The green mussel Perna viridis is an edible mollusc with enormous culture potential. This paper presents data on the reproduction, spat settlement and growth rate of P. viridis in EdaiyurExpand
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How effective is intermittent chlorination to control adult mussel fouling in cooling water systems?
Mussel control in cooling water systems is generally achieved by means of chlorination. Chlorine is applied continuously or intermittently, depending on cost and discharge criteria. In this paper, weExpand
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Control of Brackish Water Fouling Mussel, Mytilopsis leucophaeata (Conrad), with Sodium Hypochlorite
Though the Conrad's false mussel, Mytilopsis leucophaeata, is an important fouling animal in industrial cooling water systems, there are no published reports on the tolerance of this species toExpand
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Chlorination and mussel control in the cooling conduits of a tropical coastal power station
Abstract The rationale for the present study has been the continued problem of biofouling in the cooling conduits of Madras Atomic Power Station (Kalpakkam), in spite of intermittent chlorinationExpand
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