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The fauna of nineteen brackish coastal inland waters in the southwestern part of the Netherlands has been investigated by cluster analysis. Several clusters were recognized and these showed a correlation with the average chlorinity together with the fluctuations in chlorinity.
The purpose of this paper was to show that the hydrochemistry of brackish waters is closely connected with the hydrographic conditions of these waters and that chemical transformations in estuaries may exert an influence on open ocean waters. It has also been shown that many of the processes...
As nutrients are withdrawn from the environment in the proportions required for the growth of primary producers, the C/N ratio known from the literature provides a stoechiometric basis for evaluating the uptake of nitrogen resulting from phytoplankton and phytobenthos activity. This activity has...
The zooplankton of the sluice-dock at Ostend consists essentially of Calanoid Copepods and larvae of benthic animals.
The greatest part of the biomass (95%) consists of 4 species:Eurytemora affinis, Acartia bifilosa and larvae ofPolydora ciliata andCrepidula fornicata.
Une tentative d'estimation quantitive des flux de matière associés aux transformations bactériologiques et physico-chimiques de l'azote dans les sédiments du Bassin de Chasse d'Ostende est présentée:
La quantité d'azote organique sédimentée annuellement est estimée à partir de la vitesse de...
Survival of mature males of 3 gammarids from different salinity regimes, ranging from marine to limnetic conditions, was established in order to analyze the main as well as the interaction effect of salinity and temperature. The results were submitted to an analysis of variance.
In a series of experiments withG. pulex, G. duebeni celticus andG. d. duebeni populations, pure or mixed, their tolerances for several temperature/salinity conditions have been determined. Tested were 100%, 10%, 1% and 0.1% seawater in combination with temperatures of 5, 10 or 15°C. In...
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