Corpus ID: 129097367

A compilation of biometric conversion factors for benthis invertebrates of the Baltic Sea

  title={A compilation of biometric conversion factors for benthis invertebrates of the Baltic Sea},
  author={Heye Rumohr and Thomas Brey and Sven Ankar},
Spatial and temporal characteristics of benthic invertebrate communities at Culbin Sands lagoon, Moray Firth, NE Scotland, and impacts of the disturbance of cockle harvesting
In the present study, Culbin Sands lagoon, a protected site in NE Scotland, was surveyed every 2 to 4 weeks during a three-year period (1994-1996) to study benthic invertebrate communities. Beds ofExpand
Estimating fossil biomass from skeletal mass in marine invertebrates
Palaeoecology uses the numerical abundance and the occurrence of species to evaluate the dynamics of past communities, but biomass – the quantity of soft tissue – is the critical currency needed toExpand
Spatial variability of epifaunal communities from artificial habitat: Shipwrecks in the Southern Bight of the North Sea
We investigated the cover, community structure and abiotic environment of nine shipwrecks lying at increasing distance from the Belgian coast. Results indicated that all shipwrecks were stronglyExpand
Gender in research : gender impact assessment of the specific programmes of the fifth framework programme : quality of life and management of living resources
Assessment of the integration of the gender dimension in work programme and projects by focusing on three aspects of gender and science, namely science by, for and about women. ContainsExpand
Interactive effects of oyster and seaweed on seawater dissolved inorganic carbon systems: implications for integrated multi-trophic aquaculture
It is suggested that the 2 species are co-cultured at a ratio of ca. Expand
Shallow-water polychaete assemblages in the northwestern Mediterranean Sea and its possible use in the evaluation of good environmental state
Sarda, R., Serrano, L., Labrune, C., Gil, J., March, D., Amouroux, J.M., Taboada, S., Bonifacio, P. and Gremare, A. 2014. Shallow-water polychaete assemblages in the northwestern Mediterranean SeaExpand
The role of Gracilaria lemaneiformis in eliminating the dissolved inorganic carbon released from calcification and respiration process of Chlamys farreri
Findings suggest that seaweed and shellfish integrated aquaculture practice cannot only reduce dissolved inorganic carbon but also can alleviate ocean acidification. Expand
Clam farming generates CO2: A study case in the Marinetta lagoon (Italy).
Clam farming seems to be a significant additional source of CO(2) to seawater as carbon dioxide sink/source in a lagoon of the Po Delta River (Italy) and as a function of the near-bottom temperature. Expand
The dispersal and colonisation behaviour of the marine polychaete Nereis diversicolor (O. F. Müller) in south-east England
In most months worms undergo dispersal, mainly by swimming when small, and by crawling thereafter, which indicates approximately equal levels of dispersal by swimming and crawling. Expand


Seasonal changes in tissue weight and biochemical composition of the bivalve nucula turgida in Dublin Bay with reference to gametogenesis
A difference in biochemical composition between the sexes was noted in pre-spawning months (June to early September) and females showed an increase in the amount of lipid while males had a larger proportion of protein; no differences were apparent in the carbohydrate content. Expand
Growth and production of Macoma balthica ( L . ) in a Northern Baltic eoft bottom
  • Ophelia Suppl
  • 1980
Versuch einer kausalBkologi achen Leistungsanalyse an brackwasserlebenden Tieren
  • Habil . Diss
  • 1979
The density, biomass and origin of the bivalves of the central North Sea.
Production of Harmothoe sarsi ( Polychaeta ) at a soft bottom locality near Tvarminne
  • Southern Finland . Lecture at the 6th BMB Symposium
  • 1975
Community structure, modelling and simulation of the Cladophora ecosystem in the Baltic sea.
Community structure, modelling and simulation of the Cladophora ecosystem in the Baltic sea.
Use of Logarithmic Regression in the Estimation of Plant Biomass
The basic assumptions of regression analysis are recalled with special reference to the use of a logarithmic transformation. The limitations imposed on inference-making by failure to comply with th...