HABITAT COUPLING BY MID-LATITUDE, SUBTIDAL, MARINE MYSIDS: IMPORT-SUBSIDISED OMNIVORES

@inproceedings{Gibson2007HABITATCB,
  title={HABITAT COUPLING BY MID-LATITUDE, SUBTIDAL, MARINE MYSIDS: IMPORT-SUBSIDISED OMNIVORES},
  author={Robert N. Gibson and R. James A. Atkinson and J. D. M. Gordon and Peter A. Jumars},
  year={2007}
}
Mysids often dominate mobile benthic epifaunas of mid-latitude continental shelves. Macquart-Moulin & Ribera Maycas (1995) reported that the six most abundant species on western and southern European shelves are all strong diel migrators. Published daytime epibenthic sledge (sled) data from the surf zone to the shelf edge matched with published behavioural data on the most abundant species were used to test, confirm and extend that relationship to other coastal regions and to identify an… CONTINUE READING

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