benthopelagic


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benthopelagic

(ˌbɛnθəʊpɪˈlædʒɪk)
adj
(Biology) relating to species living at the bottom of the sea
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galeus to be a less migratory, coastal benthopelagic species (Couturier et al., 2012; Fowler, 2014).
Alaska's marine ecosystems are highly productive, supporting numerous fisheries for benthic and benthopelagic species, such as walleye pol-lock (Gadus chalcogrammus), Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus), sablefish (Anoplopoma fimbria), and several species of rockfishes (Scorpaenidae) and flatfish (Pleuronectidae).
In extreme situations, bivalve culture (or even large populations of wild shellfish) may result in a net increase in organic matter within a system by increasing benthopelagic coupling and accelerating the deposition of particulate organic matter (POM) (Cranford et al.
A high concentration of heavy metals was also found in other benthopelagic species [11].
European chub is benthopelagic and potamodromous, to live common in brackish and freshwater.
Director James Wallace said: "Our South Georgia Toothfish, which is MSC certified and WWF-listed, is a cod-like benthopelagic fish found in cold deep water at depths of up to 2,000 meters.
The Indian scad, Decapterus russelli belonging to Carangidae family is a benthopelagic marine species [9].
Cai, "The level and bioaccumulation of Cd, Cu, Cr and Zn in benthopelagic species from the Bering Sea," Acta Oceanologica Sinica, vol.
These species are benthopelagic and explore several habitats of rivers of white and black waters (Saint-Paul et al., 2000; Siqueira-Souza and Freitas, 2004).
Sharpsnout seabream, Diplodus puntazzo (Walbaum, 1792) is a demersal marine, brackish, benthopelagic, and oceanodromous fish species in Sparidae (Riede, 2004).
falcata is a non-migratory and detritivorous benthopelagic fish, feeding on detritus and microorganisms associated with the substrate.