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Nematodes from Humber Estuary
Ferrero, T. (1995). Nematodes from Humber estuary. Natural History Museum, Department of Zoology (NHM), UK.

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Notes: Release with permission of the appropriate parties

Data originate from the LISP-UK (Littoral Investigation of Sediment Properties) study, which was part of the Land Ocean Interaction Study Community Research Programme and aimed primarily at studying sediment transport on mudflats within the Humber estuary more

Meiofauna samples were taken on the extreme spring and neap tides and aimed to relate assemblage structure to short term changes in sediment parameters associated with the differences in tidal regime.

Biology > Benthos
Marine, Meiofauna, ANE, British Isles, England, Humberside, Humber Estuary, Nematoda

Geographical coverage
ANE, British Isles, England, Humberside, Humber Estuary [Marine Regions]

Taxonomic coverage
Nematoda [WoRMS]

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MANUELA: MANUELA Database, more

Dataset status: Completed
Data type: Data
Data origin: Research
Metadatarecord created: 2007-11-21
Information last updated: 2007-11-21
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