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Methods for the study of marine benthos. IBP Handbook No.16

@inproceedings{Holme1971MethodsFT,
  title={Methods for the study of marine benthos. IBP Handbook No.16},
  author={N. Holme and A. Mcintyre},
  year={1971}
}
A bibliography of samplers for benthic invertebrates
This annotated bibliography covers literature to the end of November 1977, and includes references to samplers that could be used for the rapid removal of benthic invertebrates from natural substrataExpand
The Depleted Carbon Isotopic Signature of Nematodes and Harpacticoids and Their Place in Carbon Processing in Fish Farm Sediments
Fish farm-originating organic matter can modify the ecological processes in a benthic ecosystem. This was investigated in the sediments of the northern Adriatic Sea by measuring δ13C signature ofExpand
SECTION B. PROCEDURES FOR THE MONITORING OF BENTHIC COMMUNITIES AROUND POINT-SOURCE DISCHARGES
Though similar principles apply in the planning of discharge studies both intertidally and subtidally, attention is focussed on the latter, where more sophisticated and costly remote sampling methodsExpand
VERTICAL DISTRIBUTION OF SOFT BOTTOM MACROZOOBENTHOS IN THE GULF OF TRIESTE (NORTHERN ADRIATIC SEA)
The macrozoobenthos is commonly considered to be the main agent of bioturbation in shallow water, and responsible for the enhancement of the interchange of both dissolved and gaseous species betweenExpand
Macrofaunal Community Structure in the Littoral Zone of a Freshwater-Deprived, Permanently Open Eastern Cape Estuary
Spatial patterns in the macrofauna community structure within four distinct zones of the permanently open, freshwater-deprived Kariega Estuary on the southeastern coastline of southern Africa wereExpand
The Macroinvertebrate Fauna of Rockweed (Ascophyllum nodosum)–Dominated Low-Energy Rocky Shores of the Northern Gulf of Maine
TLDR
Numerical analyses demonstrated that rockweed-dominated rocky shores of the northern Gulf of Maine are characterized by nine widely distributed taxa that represent 88.6% of the individuals. Expand
Main meiofauna taxa as an indicator for assessing the spatial and seasonal impact of fish farming.
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The nMDS clearly showed a 'cage community' and 'control community' in both sampling occasions; therefore it is a good tool for impact assessment. Expand
Infaunal recruitment patterns in soft bottom habitats of the Patos Lagoon estuary, southern Brazil: influence of Chasmagnathus granulata (Brachyura, Grapsidae) disturbance
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Results indicate that C. granulata disturbances may play an important role in regulating the soft bottom benthic community by controlling infaunal recruitment in the estuarine intertidal mudflats of the Patos Lagoon. Expand
Nematode communities of Lake Tana and other inland water bodies of Ethiopia
TLDR
Free-living nematodes from littoral benthic sediments of four lakes, two rivers and a hot spring in Ethiopia are studied and variations with the considered environmental factors viz. site, water depth, sediment depth, median grain size and percentage of mud in the sediment are associated. Expand
Changes in soft-bottom macrobenthic assemblages after a sulphuric acid spill in the Rio Grande Harbor (RS, Brazil).
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The macrobenthic assemblage recovered six months after the sulphuric acid spill, with absence of direct impact on the remaining sampling points, on the discharge area outer limit. Expand
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