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Bibliography of northern marine waters with emphasis on benthic organisms

George J. Mueller

Bibliography of northern marine waters with emphasis on benthic organisms

by George J. Mueller

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Published by Institute of Marine Science, University of Alaska in Fairbanks .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marine animals -- Bibliography.,
  • Benthos -- Bibliography.

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    Statementprepared by G. Mueller, associate investigator, with Mary Baysinger ... [et al.] ; H. M. Feder, principal investigator.
    ContributionsBaysinger, Mary., Feder, Howard M., Outer Continental Shelf Environmental Assessment Program.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination3104 p.
    Number of Pages3104
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15066861M

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      The organisms that inhabit various marine ecosystems are as diverse as the ecosystems themselves. They must be highly adapted to the physical conditions of the ecosystem in which they live. For example, organisms that live in the deep sea have adapted to the darkness by creating their own light source—photophores are cells on their bodies. Sergio Rossi. Sergio Rossi is a research scientist specialized in marine natural resources and biological oceanography, focusing his attention in the health indicators of coastal benthic populations, coastal biological processes, flows of matter and energy in the benthic-pelagic coupling system, in the transplantation and aquaculture of marine organisms, and the management and conservation of.

    The Pollution of the Marine Environment by Plastic Debris: A Review Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Marine Pollution Bulletin 44(9) October w Reads. The sea is the interconnected system of all the Earth's oceanic waters, including the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Southern and Arctic Oceans. However, the word "sea" can also be used for many specific, much smaller bodies of seawater, such as the North Sea or the Red is no sharp distinction between seas and oceans, though generally seas are smaller, and are often partly (as marginal.


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Antarctic marine diversity (pelagic and benthic) is relatively high at the phylum and class level, with the gaps mostly comprising minor, meiofaunal or parasitic groups. Most benthic diversity data come from the continental shelves, with relatively few samples from deeper by: little was known of the marine benthic habitats.

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Ereskovsky, Oleg A. Kovtun, Konstantin K. ProninCited by: 4.Marine organisms may be classified (according to their mode of life) as nektonic, planktonic, or benthic. Nektonic animals are those that swim and migrate freely, e.g., adult fishes, whales, and squid.

Planktonic organisms, usually very small or microscopic, have little or no power of locomotion and merely drift or float in the water.- spray and high tide zone: organisms can survive drought - benthic algae: no roots, some with holdfasts (seaweed) Sandy Shore - beaches, salt marshes, mud flats (mainly infaunal) - less vertically differentiated - inhabitants can bury during low tide - worms, crabs, starfish, sea cucumbers, bivalves, crabs, arthropods.