By Lesser, Michael P
Advances in Marine Biology has been supplying in-depth and updated experiences on all points of marine biology due to the fact that 1963--over forty years of remarkable insurance! The sequence is widely known for its first-class stories and modifying. Now edited via Michael Lesser (University of latest Hampshire, united states) with an across the world popular Editorial Board, the serial publishes in-depth and up to date content material on many issues that might entice postgraduates and researchers in marine biology, fisheries technology, ecology, zoology, and organic oceanography. Volumes hide all components of marine technology, either utilized and easy, quite a lot of topical components from all components of marine ecology, oceanography, fisheries administration and molecular biology and the whole variety of geographic components from polar seas to tropical coral reefs.
- AMB volumes solicit and post evaluate articles at the most up-to-date advances in marine biology
- Many of the authors of those overview articles are the top figures of their box of research and the fabric is wide-spread by way of managers, scholars and educational execs within the marine sciences
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2002). Specifically, Falca˜o et al. (2007) reported that as the results of benthic remineralization processes in the sediments, the organic carbon and nitrogen content in settled particles within the AR area was about 4Â higher 2 years after the reef deployment and nutrients and chlorophyll a in the water column were higher at the artificial than natural reef areas. In response to changes in hydrodynamic and sedimentary regimes, the structure of in situ benthic communities may differ before and after the deployment of ARs.
05). S. Shin et al. 8 Dual-isotope plot showing the isotopic compositions of epifauna, organic wastes derived from fish farming activities, POM and sediment in Lo Tik Wan (n ¼ 3, except for fanshells, mussels, sponges and tunicates where n ¼ 9). POM_C, POM at control stations; POM_AR, POM at AR stations; Fish faeces_p, faeces of cultured fish fed with feed pellet; Fish faeces_t, faeces of cultured fish fed with trash fish; S_C1, sediment at C1 station; S_C2, sediment at C2 station and so on. 5).
The two collections of grouper were separately maintained in fibreglass tanks with circulated seawater for 72 h, and the egested faeces were collected with a pipette. The faeces from green grouper that were fed with dry feed pellets were cultured in fibreglass tanks with circulated seawater in situ on fish rafts, with 20–30 individuals cultured separately in one tank. Fish faeces collected from each tank were pooled for one replicate sample, and three replicates were taken. After collection, the fish feed and fish faecal samples were dried and homogenized following the method similar to preparation of epifauna.
Advances in Marine Biology by Lesser, Michael P