TROPHOS/PODO-I work-database I (23/01/2004): Meiobenthos from station 330 - structural and funtional biodiversity on the Belgian Continental Shelf [TROPHOS/PODO-I werk-databank I (23/01/2004): Meiobenthos van station 330 - structurele en functionele biodiversiteit op het Belgisch Continentaal Plat]
Vanaverbeke, J. (1999). Nematodes from station 330: structural and functional biodiversity on the Belgian Continental Shelf. Ghent University, Department of Biology, Marine Biology Section (MARBIOL), Belgium. http://www.vliz.be/nl/imis?module=dataset&dasid=209
The principle aim of this research was to investigate the morphometry of nematode communities as triggered by a phytoplankton spring bloom deposition in a well oxygenated North Sea sampling station. Length and width measurements are available together with densities more
The response of nematode communities to the sedimentation of a spring phytoplankton bloom in a sandy, well-oxygenated sediment in the Southern North Sea is investigated from early March to July 1999) with monthly intervals. Both structural (nematode density, diversity, vertical distribution and community composition) and functional (feeding type distributions, number of species within feeding groups) characteristics were investigated. Vertical profiles of pigment concentrations in the water column were determined.
Structural and functional biodiversity of North Sea ecosystems: species and their habitats as indicator for the sustainable management of the BCS, more
Based on this dataset
Vanaverbeke, J. et al. (2003). Changes in structural and functional diversity of nematode communities during a spring phytoplankton bloom in the Southern North Sea, in: Vanaverbeke, J. (2003). Structural and functional diversity of the meiobenthos on the Belgian Continental Shelf, with emphasis on nematode communities = Structurele en functionele diversiteit van het meiobenthos op het Belgisch Continentaal Plat, met nadruk op de nematodengemeenschappen. pp. 91-111