Differential effects of suspended sediments on larval survival and settlement of New Zealand urchins Evechinus chloroticus and abalone Haliotis iris

@article{Phillips2006DifferentialEO,
  title={Differential effects of suspended sediments on larval survival and settlement of New Zealand urchins Evechinus chloroticus and abalone Haliotis iris},
  author={N. Phillips and J. Shima},
  journal={Marine Ecology Progress Series},
  year={2006},
  volume={314},
  pages={149-158}
}
Larvae of marine organisms play an important role in the dynamics of populations, are generally sensitive to environmental stressors, and vary dramatically among species in life history traits. We examined the effects of suspended sediments from terrestrial runoff on larval development, survival, and settlement of New Zealand sea urchins Evechinus chloroticus and abalone Haliotis iris. Larval urchins and abalone were reared under 5 suspended sediment regimes (variable concentra- tions and… Expand

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