sublittoral


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sublittoral

growing near the sea, but not on the shore.
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Functional diversity of marine macrobenthic communities from sublittoral soft-sediment habitats off northern Chile.
The 10 species selected for the present study included forms from the rocky intertidal, sublittoral forms, obligatory epibiotic forms (on marine sponges and corals), and a parasitic barnacle.
danae are performed in estuaries, this study sampled these individuals in the sublittoral zone, in order to investigate the differential occupancy by adults at different gonadal stages, the reproductive periodicity, and the sexual maturity of males and females, which are still unknown on this part of the coast.
This will include sublittoral surveys of fishing gear impact on maerl beds, zostera beds and laminaria reefs and vessel borne surveys of fishing activity disturbance impact on grey seal haul out sites to the of section 2 of this document.
Within the shallow sublittoral zone (approximately 50 cm water depth) at each site, boulders were haphazardly selected (Chapman, 2002) until five boulders were sampled in each of two size categories: small (50-150 [cm.
In the sublittoral beds of Albaina, the first dinosaur and turtle remains have recently been described (Pereda-Suberbiola et al.
Psammon communities have received very little attention compared to lower littoral and sublittoral meiobenthos, and psammon has been rarely treated as a single entity.
Patches of sublittoral cobbles and boulders, which vary greatly in density and cover on the seabed, produce an oasis of unexpected species diversity and biomass in an otherwise stressful and unsuitable habitat for marine macroalgae and sessile invertebrates.
Feeding characteristics of greenlings and Irish lords during spawning in the upper sublittoral of eastern Kamchatka.
1967b): Report on the sipunculid worms from the sublittoral zone of Cuba and the Gulf of Mexico.
In Puerto Rico, its vertical distribution is rather wide, from the littoral to the sublittoral, associated with two other red algae, Gelidium pusillum (Stackhouse) Le Jolis and G.