Growth variations in the bivalve Mya truncata: a tool to trace changes in the Frisian Front macrofauna (southern North Sea)?

@article{Amaro2003GrowthVI,
  title={Growth variations in the bivalve Mya truncata: a tool to trace changes in the Frisian Front macrofauna (southern North Sea)?},
  author={Teresa P. F. Amaro and Gerard C. A. Duineveld and Magda J. N. Bergman and Rob Witbaard},
  journal={Helgoland Marine Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={57},
  pages={132-138}
}
Annual monitoring of the benthic fauna living at the Frisian Front (southern North Sea) has shown a tenfold decrease in the dominant brittlestar Amphiura filiformis in 1993–1995. In search of evidence that this decline was caused by a change in benthic food supply, we analysed variations in the shell growth of the bivalve Mya truncata from the Frisian Front… CONTINUE READING