Grey mullet (Mugilidae) as possible indicators of global warming in South African estuaries and coastal waters.

Abstract

The grey mullet usually occur in large numbers and biomass in the estuaries of all three South African biogeographic regions, thus making it an ideal family to use in terms of possibly acting as an environmental indicator of global warming. In this analysis the relative estuarine abundance of the dominant three groups of mugilids, namely tropical, warm… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.marenvres.2016.11.002

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@article{James2016GreyM, title={Grey mullet (Mugilidae) as possible indicators of global warming in South African estuaries and coastal waters.}, author={Nicola C. James and Alan K Whitfield and Trevor D. Harrison}, journal={Marine environmental research}, year={2016}, volume={122}, pages={188-195} }