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Record #209776:

From sea urchin deserts to rich kelp forests / Hartvig Christie, Hege Gundersen.

Title: From sea urchin deserts to rich kelp forests / Hartvig Christie, Hege Gundersen.
Author(s): Christie, Hartvig.
Gundersen, Hege.
Date: 2014.
Publisher: Tromsø: [FRAM Forum]
In: FRAM forum 2014. (2014.),
Abstract: Describes recovery of kelp forests off coast of northern Norway, following overgrazing by green sea urchins (Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis) in late 20th century. Predators, such as edible crab (Cancer pagurus) and red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus) have moved northwards, following warming of coastal waters, and reduced population of sea urchins.
Notes:

In: FRAM forum 2014 / Janet Holmén, ed.

Keywords: 502 -- Environmental issues.
504.064.36 -- Environmental monitoring.
551.583 -- Climatic changes.
574.5 -- Marine and freshwater ecology.
582.272 -- Phaeophyceae.
591.557 -- Interspecific relations.
591.9 -- Animal distribution.
593.95 -- Echinoidea: Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis.
F -- Biological sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*58) -- Norway.
SPRI record no.: 209776

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