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Night biomass of dominant mesozooplankton groups within the Bismark Polygon (Northeast Atlantic) in June 2001 and June-August 2002

Authors
Publisher
PANGAEA
Publication Date
Identifiers
DOI: 10.1594/pangaea.767559
Keywords
  • Akademik Mstislav Keldysh
  • Amk46
  • Amk46-4149
  • Amk47
  • Amk47-4301-4309
  • Amk47-4419-4423
  • Appendic Ba
  • Appendic Biom
  • Appendicularia
  • Biomass
  • Appendicularia
  • Biomass Per Area
  • Archive Of Ocean Data
  • Arcod
  • Bismark Polygon
  • Northeast Atlantic
  • C
  • Helgolandicus Ba
  • C
  • Helgolandicus Biom
  • Calanus
  • Biomass
  • Calanus
  • Biomass Per Area
  • Calanus Ba
  • Calanus Biom
  • Calanus Helgolandicus
  • Biomass
  • Calanus Helgolandicus
  • Biomass Per Area
  • Chaetognatha
  • Biomass
  • Chaetognatha
  • Biomass Per Area
  • Chaetognatha Ba
  • Chaetognatha Biom
  • Depth
  • Bottom/Max
  • Depth
  • Top/Min
  • Depth Bot
  • Depth Top
  • Euchaetidae
  • Biomass
  • Euchaetidae
  • Biomass Per Area
  • Euchaetidae Ba
  • Euchaetidae Biom
  • Mesozooplankton
  • Biomass Per Area
  • Mesozoopl Ba
  • Metridia
  • Biomass
  • Metridia
  • Biomass Per Area
  • Metridia Ba
  • Metridia Biom
  • Other Calanus + Neocalanus
  • Plankton Net Br 113/140
  • Plankty Program Of Biomass Calculation From Measured Data
  • R
  • Apiculata
  • Reussoolina Apiculata
  • Themisto
  • Biomass
  • Themisto
  • Biomass Per Area
  • Themisto Ba
  • Themisto Biom
  • Total
  • Without Doliolides And Salps
  • Zooplankton
  • Gelatinous
  • Biomass
  • Zooplankton
  • Gelatinous
  • Biomass Per Area
  • Zoopl Gelat Ba
  • Zoopl Gelat Biom
Disciplines
  • Ecology

Abstract

Vertical zooplankton distribution at the northeastern periphery of the North Atlantic subtropical gyre was studied with the use of 113/140 BR nets and Mir manned submersibles. Vertical distribution of selected dominant taxonomic, ecological, and trophic groups was considered. Results were compared with data obtained at the same location in 2001 that allowed to estimate interannual variability of the planktonic community.

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