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Record #180488:

Recolonization of a high latitude hard-bottom nearshore community / Brenda Konar.

Title: Recolonization of a high latitude hard-bottom nearshore community / Brenda Konar.
Author(s): Konar, Brenda.
Date: 2007.
In: Polar Biology. (2007.), Vol. 30(5) (2007)
Abstract: Examines early recolonisation of sessile organisms and grazer effects on recolonisation in high latitude nearshore rocky environment. Tests hypothesis that invertebrate grazing causes slow recolonisation, using manipulative experiment involving cleared boulders and cages. Findings indicate slow community recovery in instances where perturbations cause removal of hard substrate sessile communities.
Notes:

Polar Biology. Vol. 30(5) :663-667 (2007).

Keywords: 57 -- Biology.
574 -- Ecology.
574.2.047 -- Organisms, influence of biotic environment.
574.34 -- Population dynamics.
574.5 -- Marine and freshwater ecology.
592 -- Invertebrata.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*628) -- Beaufort Sea.
SPRI record no.: 180488

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