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Effects of natural and human-induced hypoxia on coastal benthos
Abstract. Coastal hypoxia (defined here as Hypoxia alters both the structure and function of benthic communities, but effects may differ with regional hypoxia history. Human-caused hypoxia isExpand
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Natural and human-induced hypoxia and consequences for coastal areas: synthesis and future development
Hypoxia has become a world-wide phenomenon in the global coastal ocean and causes a deterioration of the structure and function of ecosystems. Based on the collective contributions of members of SCORExpand
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Impacts of hypoxia on the structure and processes in pelagic communities (zooplankton, macro-invertebrates and fish)
Abstract. Dissolved oxygen (DO) concentration in the water column is an environmental parameter that is crucial for the successful development of many pelagic organisms. Hypoxia tolerance andExpand
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The coast and shelf of east and northeast Brazil and material transport
Abstract The east and northeast Brazil shelves of the Southwest Atlantic harbor some unique conditions for tropical passive margins with western boundary currents. The narrow and open shelf is almostExpand
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Demersal fish fauna of the Weddell Sea, Antarctica
The demersal fish fauna of the southern and eastern Weddell Sea is described. The following species were recorded for the first time in this area: Aethotaxis mitopteryx, Bathyraja eatoni, B.Expand
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A combined morphometric and phylogenetic analysis of an ecomorphological trend: pelagization in Antarctic fishes (Perciformes: Nototheniidae)
The Antarctic fish family Nototheniidae (Perciformes) presumably originated from a benthic ancestor, and several lineages have evolved to live or at least feed in the water column, a trend calledExpand
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Thirteen Weddell seals (Leptonychotes weddellii) were collected at Vestkapp, eastern Weddell Sea coast, in austral spring 1986. All stomachs contained partially digested food. The mean wet weight ofExpand
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Spatial and temporal distribution of Myrophis punctatus (Ophichthidae) and associated fish fauna in a northern Brazilian intertidal mangrove forest
The mangrove forest along the northern Brazilian coast is not inundated during low tide. However, many fish species stay in the mangrove forest during this time. Tidal behaviour strategies areExpand
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Midwater fish fauna of the Weddell Sea, Antarctica
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