Plankton time — space dynamics in German Bight — a systems approach

  title={Plankton time — space dynamics in German Bight — a systems approach},
  author={Wulf Greve and Frank Reiners},
Long term continuous plankton measurements at Helgoland (North Sea) have provided a set of data which could be used for ecological functional analysis with respect to prey predator theory. Local dynamics display trophic feedback between selected populations. Phytoplankton, small copepods, Noctiluca miliaris, Pleurobrachia pileus and Beroe gracilis conform with theoretical assumptions. The functional relationships are less significant in averaged population dynamics compared with single ear… CONTINUE READING


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