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Feeding ecology and population dynamical aspects of the brackish water mysid Neomysis integer in relation to the maximum turbidity zone of estuaries

Dutch title: Voedingsecologie en populatiedynamica van de brakwateraasgarnaal Neomysis integer in relatie tot de maximum turbiditeitszone van estauria
Reference no: 932504;933504;P102/17825095
Period: 1993 till 1997
Status: Completed

Thesaurus terms: Ecology; Marine biology
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  • Ghent University; Faculty of Sciences; Biology Department; Marine Biology Section (MARBIOL), more
  • Flemish Government; Economy, Science and Innovation; Intistute for Innovation by Science and Technology (IWT), sponsor

Horizontal and vertical distributionpatterns of Neomysis integer are studied in relation to the maximum furbidity zone of 3 European estuaries (Elbe, Westerschelde and Gironde). Spatial and temporal shifts on the diet of the species are achieved by field data and experiments. Also some population dynamical aspects are investigated.

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  • Ecological hyperbenthic data of the Scheldt estuary: historical data (1988-2001), more

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