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epifauna

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  • pavement with little to no emergent epifauna Some burrowing anemones and one sea urchin Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis are also visible Photo taken at station 110 in 1999 Compared to other nearby study sites larger patches of sand are found at Site 17W Organisms in this photo include
  • Dredging the sea bed 100kB
  • lifestage jpg 12 Mar 1998 10 52 41k epifauna jpg 25 Mar 1998 11 11 41k globalc jpg 01 Mar 1998 10 30 41k intertidal jpg 25 Mar 1998 13 57 40k
  • Figure 5 8 Epifauna Community at Fat Tong Chau Figure 5 9 Epifauna Community at Tung Lung Chau West Figure 5 10 Paraminabea Lobate Orange SP1 at South Ninepins Figure 5 11 Paraminabea SP3 at East Ninepins
  • Strophodonta with epifauna 002 jpg
  • m som ikke har revstrukturer er vist i grønt Modelleringen er utført på data med 10x10 m oppløsning Informasjon om substrat dyp og terrengets krumning er benyttet til modellering
  • epifauna jpg 25 Mar 1998 11 11 41k energy jpg 24 Apr 1998 11 31 73k earth jpg 26 Mar 1998 14 01 36k e quake jpg 02 Apr 1998 14 55 67k
  • epifauna jpg 25 Mar 1998 11 11 41k seasonal jpg 12 Mar 1998 11 10 52k protista jpg 12 Mar 1998 10 52 47k migrate jpg 12 Mar 1998 10 52 50k
  • Blenniidae of the sublittoral 90kB
  • Epifauna sampling at the Frisian Front with the Triple D dregde Photo
  • Nematods + Microhedylidae 50kB
  • foodchain jpg 12 Mar 1998 10 52 43k epifauna jpg 25 Mar 1998 11 11 41k energy jpg 24 Apr 1998 11 31 73k earth jpg 26 Mar 1998 14 01 36k
  • Polychaeta 60kB
  • Blenniidae of the sublittoral 90kB Blenniidae and Gobiidae 90kB
  • Fig 3 The same applies to biovolume except for B Shale where sessile epifauna dominated Feeding habit Deposit feeders were numerically dominant in all communities but in the modern community the number of suspension feeders decreased while that of carnivores
  • epifauna jpg 25 Mar 1998 11 11 41k globalc jpg 01 Mar 1998 10 30 41k intertidal jpg 25 Mar 1998 13 57 40k phyto jpg 04 Mar 1998 16 57 40k
  • globalc jpg 01 Mar 1998 10 30 41k epifauna jpg 25 Mar 1998 11 11 41k lifestage jpg 12 Mar 1998 10 52 41k cnidaria jpg 12 Mar 1998 10 52 41k
  • Sole XXkB Holothuroids and Nemertini 65kB
  • seaweed jpg 25 Mar 1998 11 11 62k epifauna jpg 25 Mar 1998 11 11 41k seasonal jpg 12 Mar 1998 11 10 52k protista jpg 12 Mar 1998 10 52 47k
  • Seastars anatomy 65kB Sole XXkB
  • Figure 5 6 Habitat Map in the Study Area Figure 5 7 Anthogoria at Chiu Keng Wan Figure 5 8 Epifauna Community at Fat Tong Chau Figure 5 9 Epifauna Community at Tung Lung Chau West
  • epifauna jpg 25 Mar 1998 11 11 41k foodchain jpg 12 Mar 1998 10 52 43k forams jpg 06 May 1998 09 25 68k ga***ch jpg 01 Mar 1998 10 45 39k
  • Mud sampling 90kB Extraction procedure 95kB
  • Figure 5 7 Anthogoria at Chiu Keng Wan Figure 5 8 Epifauna Community at Fat Tong Chau Figure 5 9 Epifauna Community at Tung Lung Chau West Figure 5 10 Paraminabea Lobate Orange SP1 at South Ninepins
  • Dredging procedure 30kB Seastars 60kB
  • Endofauna in situ 65kB
  • Epifauna sampling at the Frisian Front with the Triple D dregde
  • Figure 5 4 Distribution of Amphioxus in Eastern Waters from CityU 2002 Figure 5 5 Distribution of Coral Epifauna Survey Stations Figure 5 6 Habitat Map in the Study Area Figure 5 7 Anthogoria at Chiu Keng Wan
  • Burried britle star 60kB Amphiura filiformis XXkB
  • Procedure of extraction 50kB
  • and the lithology of the host rock they do not appear to be burrows produced by an infaunal animal but may be excrement left by epifauna or infauna at periodic intervals on the sea floor The second type of horizontal muddy excrement similar to the first was obtained from gray sandy mudstone which bears a few scattered Monotis shells in the Miyamadani area Pl 2 Figs 5 6
  • epifauna jpg 25 Mar 1998 11 11 41k lifestage jpg 12 Mar 1998 10 52 41k cnidaria jpg 12 Mar 1998 10 52 41k co2emiss jpg 01 Mar 1998 10 30 42k
  • Spirorbis pagenstecheri 90kB
  • Dredging the sea bed 100kB Dredging procedure 30kB
  • Figure 5 16 Distribution of Infauna Survey Stations Figure 5 17 Epifauna Community at South China Sea Oil Rig Structure Figure 6 1 The Boat Transect Route for Marine Mammal Survey Figure 6 2 Seasonal Distribution of Indo Pacific Hump Backed Dolphins
  • Extraction procedure 95kB Chaetopterus variopedatus 60kB
  • Figure 5 9 Epifauna Community at Tung Lung Chau West Figure 5 10 Paraminabea Lobate Orange SP1 at South Ninepins Figure 5 11 Paraminabea SP3 at East Ninepins Figure 5 12 Muricella at One Foot Rock
  • Seastars anatomy 65kB
  • Figure 5 3 Historic Sampling Locations in Eastern Waters from CityU 2002 Figure 5 4 Distribution of Amphioxus in Eastern Waters from CityU 2002 Figure 5 5 Distribution of Coral Epifauna Survey Stations Figure 5 6 Habitat Map in the Study Area
  • Brachistoma lanceolata 70kB

Videos

  • Talk to the Scientist: All This film was created as a teacher resource for a KS3 and KS4 Biology lesson called "What animals live on the seafloor?" This clip shows the whole film (sections 1 - 5) in its entirety. Bryony Pearce, Marine ecologist at Marine Ecological Surveys (MES) talks about the scientific research into the ecology of the Humber, off the east coast of the United Kingdom. In 2008, the Marine Aggregate Levy Sustainability Fund (MALSF) commissioned Regional Environmental Characterisation (REC) research into four main dredging regions in the United Kingdom -- the Thames, South Coast, East Coast and Humber. These studies involved experts from universities, survey companies and heritage organisations investigating the archaeology, geology and ecology of the seafloor. The aim of the studies was to ensure that we use the sea sustainably, without damaging its natural or physical heritage. This film was produced by Wes*** Archaeology as part of the Explore the Seafloor project, funded by MALSF to promote the results of the RECs.
  • Eastern Point, New Haven Harbor Video taken along Eastern Shore in New Haven Harbor. Habitat structural features, percent cover, and presence of epifauna were assessed at several stations within the harbor using a drop camera mounted to a frame (12 inches above the substrate). The scale bar (centimeters) is located at the left side of every video. This will assist with measuring the length-area of structural components documented.
  • Talk to the Scientist: Benthic Macrofauna This film was created as a teacher resource for a KS3 and KS4 Biology lesson called "What animals live on the seafloor?". Bryony Pearce, Marine ecologist at Marine Ecological Surveys (MES) explains what benthic macrofauna are and why they were studied during scientific research into the ecology of the Humber, off the east coast of the United Kingdom. In 2008, the Marine Aggregate Levy Sustainability Fund (MALSF) commissioned Regional Environmental Characterisation (REC) research into four main dredging regions in the United Kingdom -- the Thames, South Coast, East Coast and Humber. These studies involved experts from universities, survey companies and heritage organisations investigating the archaeology, geology and ecology of the seafloor. The aim of the studies was to ensure that we use the sea sustainably, without damaging its natural or physical heritage. This film was produced by Wes*** Archaeology as part of the Explore the Seafloor project, funded by MALSF to promote the results of the RECs.
  • 1 Marine underwater video of Wales, Pembrokeshire Marine SAC - Milford Haven Towed video footage, filmed by the Countryside Council for Wales in August 2008. Footage is ***ysed by CCW to produce descriptions of the seabed environment and its flora and fauna. This work supports the management and reporting of Special Areas of Conservation. This clip is taken in the Haven and shows a dense seagrass or eelgrass (Zostera marina) bed and some of the epifauna living on it.
  • Anne Lise Fleddum, Award Winner John Gray Memorial Award Anne Lise is presenting her research on the impact of structure and function of benthic epifauna under hypoxia in Tolo Harbour, Hong Kong.
  • McKay Sea Valley - Epi fauna. ROV video footage from the McKay Glacier Grounding Zone