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Scientific output has proven the value of the Oceanographic Research Institute’s Cooperative Fish Tagging Project (ORI-CFTP) to biological and fisheries research, with more than 95 published manuscripts based on data from the ORI-CFTP. This study reviews the project from the perspective of...
The composition of the diet of juvenile deep-water hake Merluccius paradoxus is described and compared for three body-condition groups (below-average, average, and above-average). Diet was analysed using three metrics: occurrence, numeric and gravimetric. Juvenile hakes were caught in January...
Intertidal research has focused primarily on very fine to coarse sandy beaches (grain size <1 mm) and on rocky shores, while shores with grain sizes of 1-256+ mm have rarely been studied. Within South Africa, few published accounts describe the biota of very coarse sand (1-<2 mm), granule (2-<4...
Between 2015 and 2020, 2 092 specimens of cartilaginous fishes (Chondrichthyes: Elasmobranchii) belonging to eight species and five genera were sampled along the Tunisian coast and examined for their cymothoid parasites, Among the eight examined elasmobranch species, only three were infested,...
Little is known about the ichthyofauna from intertidal rock pools of the west coast of Africa, especially in the Gulf of Guinea. Rock pools are characteristic habitats of the intertidal zone of structurally complex rocky shores, adding important niche space to coastal fish species. In this...
Compared with the open ocean, knowledge of pH variability in coastal waters is rudimentary, especially in Africa. This is concerning as quantifying local pH conditions is critical when assessing the response of coastal species to future ocean acidification scenarios. The objective of this study...
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