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Benthic hard-bottom communities abundance at X-Huinay in 2012

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  • Actinaria
  • Ascidiacea
  • Aulacomya Atra
  • Awi_Bpp
  • Axynissa Sp
  • Beania Cf
  • Magellanica
  • Bentho-Pelagic Processes @ Awi
  • Bugula Sp
  • Caberea Darwini
  • Caryophyllia Huinayensis
  • Cellaria Malviniensis
  • Cf
  • Aplidium Fugiense
  • Cf
  • Aplidium Magellanicum
  • Cf
  • Aplidium Variable
  • Cf
  • Cnemidocarpa Nordenskjoldi
  • Cf
  • Hypsicomus Phaeotaenia
  • Cf
  • Notobalanus Flosculus
  • Cf
  • Plagioecia Sp
  • Cf
  • Styelidae
  • Chaperiopsis Sp
  • Clathrina Cf
  • Antofagastensis
  • Clavularia Magelhaenica
  • Comau Fjord
  • Patagonia
  • Chile
  • Corella Eumyota
  • Corinactis Sp
  • Counting From Image
  • Desmophyllum Dianthus
  • Didemnum Studeri
  • Disporella Sp
  • Esperiopsis Sp
  • Fenestrulina Cf
  • Specca
  • Figularia Sp
  • Gonactinia Prolifera
  • Halcurias Pilatus
  • Haliclona (Reiniera) Sp
  • Hormathia Pectinata
  • Magellania Venosa
  • Monitoring Station
  • Octocorallia
  • Pileolaria Sp
  • Polychaeta
  • Porifera
  • Red Algae
  • Encrusting
  • Rhodelinda Gardineri
  • Sample Code/Label
  • Scleractinia
  • Smittina Sp
  • X-Huinay
  • Biology


Marine Ecology Progress Series 382:225 OPENPEN ACCESSCCESSContribution to the Theme Section ‘Large-scale studies of the European benthos: the MacroBen database’ MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES Mar Ecol Prog Ser Vol. 382: 225–238, 2009 doi: 10.3354/meps07826 Published April 30 INTRODUCTION Often marine biological data are the result of projects with a limited temporal and spatial cover (Floen et al. 1993). Taken in isolation, datasets resulting from these projects are only of limited use in the interpretation of large-scale phenomena. More specifically, they fail to be informative on a scale commensurate with the prob- lems of global change that humankind is confronted with (Costello & Vanden Berghe 2006). Individual stud- ies are restricted in the amount of data they can gener- ate; but by combining the results from many studies, massive databases can be created that make analyses on a much-enhanced scale possible (Grassle 2000). © Inter-Research 2009 ·*Email: [email protected] Addresses for other authors are given in the Electronic Appen- dix at MacroBen integrated database on benthic invertebrates of European continental shelves: a tool for large-scale analysis across Europe E. Vanden Berghe1, 2,*, S. Claus, W. Appeltans, S. Faulwetter, C. Arvanitidis, P. J. Somerfield, I. F. Aleffi, J. M. Amouroux, N. Anisimova, G. Bachelet, S. J. Cochrane, M. J. Costello, J. Craeymeersch, S. Dahle, S. Degraer, S. Denisenko, C. Dounas, G. Duineveld, C. Emblow, V. Escaravage, M. C. Fabri, D. Fleischer, A. Grémare, M. Herrmann, H. Hummel, I. Karakassis, M. Ke˛dra, M. A. Kendall, P. Kingston, L. Kotwicki, C. Labrune, J. Laudien, E. L. Nevrova, A. Occhipinti-Ambrogi, F. Olsgard, R. Palerud, A. Petrov, E. Rachor, N. Revkov, H. Rumohr, R. Sardá, W. C. H. Sistermans, J. Speybroeck, U. Janas, G. Van Hoey, M. Vincx, P. Whomersley, W. Willems, M. W8odarska-Kowalczuk, A. Zenetos, M. L. Zettler, C. H. R. Heip 1Flanders M

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