were sampled with a sediment core (18.
one core sample with a diameter of 11 cm was taken during every sampling by pushing the corer about 10 cm into the sediment.
Use of annual density banding to estimate longevity of infauna
of massive corals.
The use of infauna
by juvenile Penaeus aztecus Ives and Penaeus setiferus (Linnaeus).
Densities of zooplankton and infauna
, two important food resources for postlarvae and small juveniles, were higher at the oligohaline upper sites of MIM (e.
1996, "Resource competition between macrobenthic epifauna and infauna
in a Kenyan Avicenia marina mangrove forest," Marine Ecology Progress Series, 136, 123-135.
Abundance and seasonality of infauna
and epifauna inhabiting a Halodule wrightii meadow in Apalachicola Bay, Florida.
Sewage, it turns out, is good for benthic infauna
, the basis for much inshore fish production and growth.
The Littoral Infauna
of the West African Estuary: a baseline Survey for the Monitoring of Oil Pollution.
A comparison of the effects of kelp and crude oil in sediments on the colonization and growth of benthic infauna
In their study area there was a relatively large amount of phytodetritus and other organic matter as food sources, high standing benthic foraminiferal stock and diversity, a well developed deep infauna
, and relatively high oxygen consumption rates.
How many of the following can you define: epifauna, sesile, crevices, infauna
, substrate, planktonic, lecithotrophic, demersal, foraminiferan protozoans, macrofauna, meiofauna, abyssal plain, continental shelf, oscillate, flotsam and jetsam.