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Advances in Marine Biology, Volume 68 by Michael P. Lesser

By Michael P. Lesser

Advances in Marine Biology has been supplying in-depth and up to date stories on all points of marine biology seeing that 1963--over forty years of remarkable insurance! The sequence is widely known for its first-class studies and enhancing. Now edited via Michael Lesser (University of recent Hampshire, united states) with an across the world popular Editorial Board, the serial publishes in-depth and updated content material on many issues that might attract postgraduates and researchers in marine biology, fisheries technological know-how, ecology, zoology, and organic oceanography. Volumes conceal all parts of marine technological know-how, either utilized and simple, a variety of topical components from all components of marine ecology, oceanography, fisheries administration and molecular biology and the entire variety of geographic components from polar seas to tropical coral reefs.

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    G. free amino acids) (Stephens, 1968; Stewart, 1979). In this study, samples were taken from Sham Wan in August 2008 and from Lo Tik Wan in May 2009, while the dissolved nitrogen in the water of Sham Wan was at its peak, and Lo Tik Wan was eutrophic year round (Tsang, unpublished data). The possibility that the low d15N values in the tissue of epifauna was a result of consumption of dissolved nitrogen compounds with relatively low d15N values cannot be excluded. , 2003). The unexpectedly low d15N values of epifauna may be due to the variations in trophic shift of d15N.

    Sham Wan FCZ is a semiclosed bay located in the northeastern part of Hong Kong (22 260 N and 114 210 E). The site is oceanic in character. It has a water depth ranging from 11 to 14 m, with a rocky coast. It is a relatively clean area, with no river, sewage or industrial discharges to the site. 5 kg mÀ2. S. Shin et al. 3 Location of study areas in Hong Kong. valenciennei). Lo Tik Wan FCZ is a semiclosed bay located at an island in the southern part of Hong Kong (22 130 N and 114 070 E). It has a water depth ranging from 8 to 14 m, with partly rocky and partly sandy coast.

    01%, respectively. 23). Only d13C values were used to analyse the respective contribution of different food sources to the diet of epifauna, as the d15N values could not be fit into the isotope mixing model. S. Shin et al. 10 d POM_C, POM at control stations; POM_AR, POM at AR stations; S_C1, sediment at C1 stations, C2, sediment at C2 stations and so on. d13C and d15N values of POM and organic wastes derived from fish farming activities, epifauna and sediment were compared separately using ANOVA with Tukey test or Games–Howell test for multiple comparisons.

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