Water mass transport through the northern Bashi Channel in the northeastern South China Sea affects copepod assemblages of the Luzon Strait

@article{Lo2014WaterMT,
  title={Water mass transport through the northern Bashi Channel in the northeastern South China Sea affects copepod assemblages of the Luzon Strait},
  author={Wen-Tseng Lo and Hans-Uwe Dahms and Jiang‐Shiou Hwang},
  journal={Zoological Studies},
  year={2014},
  volume={53},
  pages={1-9}
}
BackgroundIt is controversial to what extent the intrusion of the Kuroshio Branch Current to the Luzon Strait and the South China Sea circulation can shape copepod assemblages around southern Taiwan. We tested the hypothesis that currents such as the Kuroshio Current bring marine zooplankton and copepods from subtropical and tropical waters to the south of Taiwan. We studied copepod assemblages from the Bashi Channel in the northeastern South China Sea at the coast of southwest Taiwan during… 

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