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New molecular approaches relying on 16S rRNA sequences allow qualitative and quantitative analysis of marine microbial diversity. Here we report on (1) continued development of ‘lists’ of taxa present in marine environments, in temperate coastal waters, and (2) new fluorescent in situ...
In this review we survey recent publications employing molecular techniques to investigate the distribution of microbial species in aquatic environments. We analyzed the occurrence of microbial phyla in freshwater and marine habitats and observed patterns of distribution that could be explained...
Cladoceran crustaceans are an important component of zooplankton in a wide range of freshwater habitats. Although the ecological characteristics of several cladoceran species have been well studied, biogeographical studies have been hampered by problematic taxonomic affiliations. However,...
Based on data, collected in 1980–1990, the intertidal benthic macrofauna of the Schelde and Ems estuaries was compared. The spatial occurrence of the benthic macrofauna along the salinity gradient, including the freshwater tidal area was emphasized. Both estuaries appeared to have a very similar...
In this study, historic data from airborne campaigns more or less coincident with in situ sampling points in four different coastal areas were used to test the validity and robustness of semi-empirical coastal colour algorithms developed during a separate Dutch coastal water research program....
A spectral model is developed describing the relation between optical spectral reflectance and sampled suspended particulate matter concentration. This reflectance model is based on inherent optical properties of North Sea colouring water constituents. Hyper spectral airborne observations by a...
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