Biotic Interactions Among Estuarine Infaunal Opportunistic Species

@inproceedings{Whitlatch1985BioticIA,
  title={Biotic Interactions Among Estuarine Infaunal Opportunistic Species},
  author={Robert B. Whitlatch and Roman N. Zajac},
  year={1985}
}
Experiences de defaunation du sediment meuble dans un petit estuaire de Nouvelle Angleterre pour etudier l'effet des especes opportunistes etablies sur la recolonisation subsequente de ce sediment. Il n'apparait pas exister un type «caracteristique» d'interaction biotique influencant la dynamique de la succession des especes sur fond meuble 

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