Macrobenthos of Yenisei Bay and the adjacent Kara Sea shelf

@article{Galkin2015MacrobenthosOY,
  title={Macrobenthos of Yenisei Bay and the adjacent Kara Sea shelf},
  author={Sergey Galkin and Andrey Vedenin},
  journal={Oceanology},
  year={2015},
  volume={55},
  pages={606-613}
}
Trawl samples were collected in the northern region of Yenisei Bay and adjacent parts of the Kara Sea shelf. A total of eight stations were taken. We found more than 200 species of benthic organisms. A consecutive replacement of benthic communities is observed when going to the north from the Ob and Yenisei estuaries to the open parts of the sea. We could distinguish four different species complexes in the investigated area: a brackish-water complex where Saduria entomon is dominant; an… 
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