Deep-water corals and their habitats in The Gully, a submarine canyon off Atlantic Canada View Full Text


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2005

AUTHORS

Pål B. Mortensen , Lene Buhl-Mortensen

ABSTRACT

Submarine canyons are structurally complex habitats known to support high densities and diversity of megafaunal organisms. This study describes deepwater corals and their habitats in The Gully, the largest submarine canyon in eastern North America, situated at the Canadian margin off Nova Scotia. Video recordings of the seabed were made along 49 transects, at depths between 110 and 544 m, using a tethered video camera system. The Gully has a high diversity of habitats with steep bedrock outcrops, high relief bottom with ledges of semi-consolidated mudstone, as well as level soft bottoms and areas with gravel. In total 95 megafaunal taxa were observed of which 16 species were corals. There was a strong, positive correlation between the total number of megafaunal taxa and number of coral species along transects, suggesting that coral diversity is a good indicator for overall megafaunal diversity. Corals were present in most parts of the canyon, and up to 11 species were observed along a single transect. The distribution patterns of corals were mainly related to distance along the axis from the canyon head and type of seabed substratum. The highest abundance of corals was found on the western side in the outer part of the canyon and is probably related to circulation patterns with a higher load of particulate matter in the out-fl owing water. Nephtheid soft corals, mainly Duva florida, were most frequent and were found within the whole depth range. Gorgonian corals were observed only deeper than 340 m. Except for Acanella arbuscula and Radicipes gracilis, which are anchored in mud, the gorgonians were mainly confined to areas with cobble and boulder and in a few cases to semiconsolidated mudstone. Multivariate analyses were applied to identify groups of transects and species, and to indicate which environmental factors control the distribution of corals and other megafauna in The Gully. More... »

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247-277

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Cold-Water Corals and Ecosystems

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3-540-24136-1

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