The effect of fish farming organic waste on food availability for bivalve molluscs ž / Gaeta Gulf , Central Tyrrhenian , MED : stable carbon isotopic analysis

@inproceedings{Mazzola2014TheEO,
  title={The effect of fish farming organic waste on food availability for bivalve molluscs {\vz} / Gaeta Gulf , Central Tyrrhenian , MED : stable carbon isotopic analysis},
  author={Antonio Mazzola and Gianluca Sar{\`a}},
  year={2014}
}
Ž 13 . Stable carbon isotope d C analysis was used in a fish-farming impacted Mediterranean area Ž . the Gulf of Gaeta, Central Tyrrhenian to determine the predominant carbon sources available to bivalve molluscs cultivated around fish cages. Whether the organic matter generated by fish farming was taken up by the bivalve molluscs was also investigated. Stable carbon isotope values Ž . were measured in the particulate organic carbon POC of samples from potential organic matter sources such as… CONTINUE READING
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