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Diel changes in small-scale vertical distribution of hyperbenthic mysids

Author
KAARTVEDT, S1
[1] Univ., dep. marine biology, Blomsterdalen 5065, Norway
Source

Sarsia. 1985, Vol 70, Num 4, pp 287-295 ; ref : 2 p

CODEN
SARIA3
ISSN
0036-4827
Scientific domain
Marine biology, limnology; Ecology ethology; Zoology
Publisher
Univerity of Bergen, Department of Fischeries and Marine Biology, Bergen
Publication country
Norway
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
Fjord Mer de Norvège Migration verticale Milieu marin Mysidacea Norvège Rythme circadien Répartition verticale Zone côtière Boreomysis megallops Erythrops serrata Leptomysis gracilis Lophogaster typius Arthropoda Crustacea Europe Invertebrata Océan Arctique
Keyword (en)
Fjord Norwegian Sea Vertical migration Marine environment Mysidacea Norway Circadian rhythm Vertical distribution Coastal zone Arctic Ocean Arthropoda Crustacea Europe Invertebrata
Keyword (es)
Fiordo Mar de Noruega Migracion vertical Medio marino Noruega Ritmo circadiano Distribucion vertical Zona costera Europa Océano Ártico
Classification
Pascal
002 Biological and medical sciences / 002A Fundamental and applied biological sciences. Psychology / 002A14 Animal, plant and microbial ecology / 002A14B Animal and plant ecology / 002A14B02 Autoecology / 002A14B02C Animals

Discipline
Animal, vegetal and microbial ecology
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
7886415

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