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Appendicularian dynamics and the influence of runoff on their distribution in the Bay of Cullera (Spanish Mediterranean)
Raduán, A.; Blanco, C.; Soler, E.; Del Río, J.G. (1989). Appendicularian dynamics and the influence of runoff on their distribution in the Bay of Cullera (Spanish Mediterranean), in: Ros, J.D. (Ed.) Topics in Marine Biology: Proceedings of the 22nd European Marine Biology Symposium, Barcelona, Spain, August 1987. Scientia Marina (Barcelona), 53(2-3): pp. 251-257
In: Ros, J.D. (Ed.) (1989). Topics in Marine Biology: Proceedings of the 22nd European Marine Biology Symposium, Barcelona, Spain, August 1987. Scientia Marina (Barcelona), 53(2-3). Instituto de Ciencias del Mar: Barcelona. 145-754 pp., more
In: Scientia Marina (Barcelona). Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas. Institut de Ciènces del Mar: Barcelona. ISSN 0214-8358, more
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Document type: Conference paper

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    Marine

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  • Raduán, A.
  • Blanco, C.
  • Soler, E.
  • Del Río, J.G.

Abstract
    A study of the population dynamics of Appendicularians in the Bay of Cullera has heen carried out. Seven species were detected: Oikopleura dioica, 0. longicauda, 0. fusiformis, Fritillaria pellucida f. typica, F. formica f. digitata, F. borealis f. intermedia and Appendicularia sicula. The low level of diversity was associated with a high densities which occasionally reached 10,000 ind m-3. The effect of continental runoff, evaluated in terms of nutrient levels, is reflected in the distribution of the Appendicularian populations.

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