The Distribution of Zooplankton in Relation to the South Georgia Shelf in Summer and Winter View Full Text


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DATE

1990

AUTHORS

A. Atkinson , J. M. Peck

ABSTRACT

Zooplankton was sampled with RMT (1 + 8) nets on a grid of stations surrounding South Georgia in early summer, 1981/82 and in winter, 1983. This chapter compares the summer and winter distributions of zooplankton in the shelf and oceanic portions of the survey area. During both summer and winter, mesopelagic species and salps were rare over the shelf. Neritic species were present at both times of year. In winter, the species which undergo seasonal vertical migrations tended to occur in greater abundance over the shelf than in the oceanic surface layer. This was thought to be due to the shelf having prevented the descent of these animals in the preceding autumn. These distribution patterns all suggest a relatively slow interchange of plankton between the oceanic and shelf systems, which may cause relict distributions of species over the South Georgia shelf. More... »

PAGES

159-165

Book

TITLE

Antarctic Ecosystems

ISBN

978-3-642-84076-0
978-3-642-84074-6

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-3-642-84074-6_16

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-84074-6_16

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