Further records of a new diatom species in the English Channel and North Sea: the importance of image-referenced data

@article{Kraberg2018FurtherRO,
  title={Further records of a new diatom species in the English Channel and North Sea: the importance of image-referenced data},
  author={Alexandra Claudia Kraberg and Claire E. Widdicombe and Rachel E. Beckett and J. Rick and Paul A Rooks and Ren{\'e} van Wezel},
  journal={Marine Biodiversity Records},
  year={2018},
  volume={11},
  pages={1-9}
}
BackgroundIn September 2015, an at the time undescribed, autotrophic taxon was discovered in the western English Channel (station L4) and also in the eastern English Channel and Celtic Sea during the Polarstern Cruise PS95 a month later. Subsequent investigations revealed further extensive records (going back to 1992) at stations in the English Channel and the southern North Sea (e.g. Helgoland Roads and Sylt Roads time series stations). Stations in the Northern North Sea have not recorded this… CONTINUE READING
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