depth distribution

depth distribution

the vertical distribution of organisms, in e.g. soil or water.
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Therefore, in this study, we explored the effects of the continuous use of four film mulching practices on the depth distribution of SOC, STN, and the soil C: N ratio under the same cultivation conditions (in a loessic soil in the southern Ningxia region of north-west China).
This depth distribution fits P narval occurrence intervals given for the archipelago of Madeira (Biscoito, 1993), Azores (Martins and Hargreaves, 1991), Canary Islands (Gonzalez et al., 1997), Mediterranean (Carbonell and Abello, 1998), Atlantic, Indo-Pacific Oriental (Chan and Crosnier, 1991) and Australia (Li and Davie, 2006).
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Results from permutation tests on summer depth distribution were significant for bowhead whales, but not for beluga whales (Table 2).
We present information on the depth distribution, diet, and female reproductive biology of velvet dogfish captured in Hawaii pelagic longline fisheries.
It is a deep-dwelling species that shares a comparable diurnal depth distribution to that of swordfish (Nakano et al., 1997; Weng and Block, 2004; Sepulveda and Aalbers (6)).
The axis and excavation slope foundation below the compression volume along the soil depth distribution trend curves were essentially the same, as shown in Figure 18.
ICP-AES, XRF, and fs-LA-ICP-MS collect accurate and sensitive measurements, but these techniques cannot examine the depth distribution of elements.
The depth distribution for this species was recorded as ranging from 3 m (in the Humber estuary) to 1134 m (off the Canary islands) (Kelly et al., 1999).
The EPI is composed of three metrics: (1) depth distribution of phytobenthos, (2) depth distribution of Fucus vesiculosus, and (3) proportion of perennial plant species.