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Biodiversity and the role of interstitial benthos of two European sandy beaches

Original title: Biodiversiteit en de rol van het interstitiële benthos van twee Europese zandstranden
Reference no: G000802N
Period: January 2002 till December 2005
Status: Completed

Thesaurus terms: Benthos; Biodiversity; Ecology

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Two European beaches are investigated regarding: the population dynamics of the macrofauna and the meiofauna; effects of disturbance on these beaches are evaluated (lab- and field experimental work). The Belgian West coast and the Polish coast (Hel) are the investigated biotopes. Collaboration is present with the Institute of Oceanology in Sopot, Poland.

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