A comparison of energy flow through the Dublin Bay and Baie de Somme intertidal ecosystems and their network analysis

@article{Wilson2007ACO,
  title={A comparison of energy flow through the Dublin Bay and Baie de Somme intertidal ecosystems and their network analysis},
  author={James S. Grant Wilson and Herve Rybarczyck and Bernard Elkaim},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2007},
  volume={588},
  pages={231-243}
}
Energy (biomass) and energy flows (production, inputs, transfers and losses) were calculated for eight and twelve compartment systems (phytoplankton, benthic primary producers (macroalgae, microphytobenthos), zooplankton, benthos (meiofauna, suspensivores, deposivores and predators), fish, birds and particulate organic matter (POM) in sediment and suspended particulate matter (SPM)) both balanced and unbalanced of Dublin Bay and the Baie de Somme. The resultant models were analysed with the… CONTINUE READING

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