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Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 57, 1065–1073; Figure 2. assimilation and nutrient regeneration, no clear explanation has been determined. , 1977a). Early work by Atkins (1926b) recognized the relationship between the spring diatom bloom LONG-TERM RESEARCH IN THE ENGLISH CHANNEL 23 Figure 12 Examples of autumn and winter values of dissolved reactive (‘‘inorganic’’) phosphate from cruises and the Channel Grid as microgram-atoms P per litre. (A) surface values, 18–25/2/1959; (B) the same dates, bottom values showing the water column is well-mixed; (C) values at 10 m, 25–28/10/1965; (D) values at 10 m, 7– 9/12/1965.
SOUTHWARD ET AL. Figure 18 A century of phytoplankton studies. (A) the diatom Odontella (Biddulphia) sinensis (Greville) Grunow that colonised European waters at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. (B) The centric diatom Coscinodiscus wailesii Gran et Angst that replaced Biddulphia as the dominant winter diatom after 1977. ’’ (D) Fine plankton net in use from Busy Bee in 1899. (E) A similar phytoplankton net in use from Sarsia in 1979, 80 years later. Scales bars for A and B, 100 mm; C, 50 mm (photos A, B and C by G.
Striking changes in barnacle abundance can be seen in the data (Figure 26). , with a ‘‘southern’’ or warm-water distribution dominated shores in the 1950s (Southward, 1991) except shortly for a minor cold spell around 1955, and the Chthamalus species reached a marked peak in abundance following the very warm years of 1958–1959. In the 1960s and 1970s, Semibalanus balanoides, the ‘‘northern’’ coldwater species, became more prevalent, increasing rapidly after the cold winter of 1962–1963, which severely aVected Chthamalus populations (Southward, 1967).
Advances in Marine Biology, Vol. 47 by Alan J. Southward, Paul A. Tyler, Visit Amazon's Craig M. Young Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Craig M. Young, , Lee A. Fuiman