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1. Some of the key life history characteristics that make modular marine invertebrates such as corals vulnerable to disturbance and stress are susceptibility to damage, slow growth, longevity, and philopatry. This may be particularly so for marginal populations at the limits of their range and,...
1. Sandy beaches are subject to a variety of human‐induced disturbances. However, very little is known about the consequences of disturbances on macroinfauna inhabiting these systems. 2. We evaluate the concepts of taxonomic and functional sufficiency and their potential applicability to...
1. Cetacean observations were made by fisheries observers on trawlers targeting Greenland halibut (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides) in the area around the Flemish Cap, northwest Atlantic. 2. Data from four observers amounted to a total of 291 observer days at sea aboard fishing vessels. This effort...
1. Classification is a useful tool for researchers and managers wishing to group functionally similar sites or to identify unique or threatened habitats. A process‐based river classification scheme that successfully integrates physical and biological aspects of lotic form and function would...
1. Pond ecological quality is influenced by surrounding land uses. Continued intensification of land use has led to a progressive decline in the ecological quality of the pond stock within Britain. 2. To reverse this trend new ponds need to be carefully designed and sited using a targeted...
1. In 1996, the long‐term water quality monitoring network (WQMN) program in the Indian River Lagoon (IRL) of the St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD) that began in 1988 was redesigned to eliminate statistically redundant sampling and satisfy modeling requirements. 2. Methods,...
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