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Hadal trenches: the ecology of the deepest places on Earth.
Hadal trenches account for the deepest 45% of the oceanic depth range and host active and diverse biological communities. Advances in our understanding of hadal community structure and function have,Expand
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Bait-attending fauna of the Kermadec Trench, SW Pacific Ocean: Evidence for an ecotone across the abyssal–hadal transition zone
The bait-attending fauna of the abyssal–hadal transition zone of the Kermadec Trench, SW Pacific Ocean (4329–7966 m), was investigated using a baited camera and a trap lander. The abyssal stationsExpand
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Spatial patterns of benthic macrofauna in relation to environmental variables in an intertidal habitat in the Humber estuary, UK: Developing a tool for estuarine shoreline management
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  • Environmental Science
  • 1 October 2007
Abstract Spatial variations in benthic macrofaunal species composition, abundance and biomass in estuarine intertidal habitats have been often related to such environmental variables as salinity,Expand
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Deep-sea amphipod community structure across abyssal to hadal depths in the Peru-Chile and Kermadec trenches.
Deep-sea necrophagous amphipods were sampled from 5 stations across the abyssal and hadal zones (4602 to 8074 m depth) of the Peru-Chile Trench (SE Pacific Ocean) and combined with comparative dataExpand
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Sea-level rise, expected environmental changes, and responses of intertidal benthic macrofauna in the Humber estuary, UK
In many European estuaries, extensive intertidal habitats could vanish in the future due to rising sea levels that squeeze tidal flats against established sea defences. The remaining intertidal areaExpand
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Bioaccumulation of persistent organic pollutants in the deepest ocean fauna
The legacy and reach of anthropogenic influence is most clearly evidenced by its impact on the most remote and inaccessible habitats on Earth. Here we identify extraordinary levels of persistentExpand
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Liparid and macrourid fishes of the hadal zone: in situ observations of activity and feeding behaviour
Using baited camera landers, the first images of living fishes were recorded in the hadal zone (6000–11 000 m) in the Pacific Ocean. The widespread abyssal macrourid Coryphaenoides yaquinae wasExpand
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First findings of decapod crustacea in the hadal zone
Abstract Since the first major hadal sampling efforts in the 1950s, crustaceans of the order Decapoda have been thought absent from the hadal zone (6000–11,000 m) with no representatives documentedExpand
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In situ observations of trophic behaviour and locomotion of Princaxelia amphipods (Crustacea: Pardaliscidae) at hadal depths in four West Pacific Trenches
The genus Princaxelia, Pardaliscidae, is a rarely recorded, infrequently collected and hitherto observed benthic amphipod, typically found at hadal depths (.6000 m) in the Pacific Ocean trenches.Expand
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Scavenging interactions between the arrow tooth eel Synaphobranchus kaupii and the Portuguese dogfish Centroscymnus coelolepis.
A scavenging interaction between the arrow tooth eel Synaphobranchus kaupii and the Portuguese dogfish Centroscymnus coelolepis, both ubiquitous components of fish assemblages at bathyal depths, wasExpand
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