The dominant copepods Senecella siberica and Limnocalanus macrurus in the Ob Estuary: ecology in a high-gradient environment

@article{Drits2015TheDC,
  title={The dominant copepods Senecella siberica and Limnocalanus macrurus in the Ob Estuary: ecology in a high-gradient environment},
  author={A. V. Drits and Anna Fedorovna Pasternak and Anastasia Nikishina and Tatiana N Semenova and Victoria Sergeeva and A. A. Polukhin and Mikhail Flint},
  journal={Polar Biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={39},
  pages={1527-1538}
}
Intensive transformation and sedimentation of suspended matter from riverine runoff occur in estuarine frontal zones. The mesozooplankton community plays an important role in these processes. In the Ob Estuary, the dominant copepods Limnocalanus macrurus and Senecella siberica form dense local aggregations, but only scarce data on the ecology of these species in the estuarine environment are available. We aimed at analyzing the main aspects of the ecology of the two species including their… CONTINUE READING
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