- 27 of the best thank-yous from Bates senior theses through the years
- Brian Dupee '06 wrote a thesis on “The Effects of Baitworm Digging and Epibenthic Predation on the Growth and Survivorship of the Soft-Shelled Clam, Mya arenaria, and on the Abundance and Diversity of Soft-Sediment Infauna.” He thanked fellow bio major ...
- Protistan community analysis: key findings of a large-scale molecular sampling
- With regard to taxonomy, it seems plausible that distributions are markedly different between soil-inhabiting and endobenthic taxa, such as Amoebozoa, which are presumably less prone to random dispersal, and planktonic or epibenthic taxa. Top of page ...
- Scientists say melting glaciers are now threatening Antarctic ocean life
- Much of the scientific work on the fascinating and unique organisms occupying the seas around Antarctica has focused on concerns that rising temperatures will upend these communities.
- Bacterial diversity and community composition from seasurface to subseafloor
- Zinger et al. (2011) examined the bacterial beta-diversity of seafloor and seawater ecosystems and demonstrated that pelagic communities and epibenthic communities differed greatly at all taxonomic levels.
- Cashes Ledge warrants monument designation
- This area has deep-sea corals, offshore kelp beds and unique epibenthic organisms at Amen Rock within Cashes Ledge. There is limited commercial fishing and saltwater angling within the proposed national monument, so I was surprised when the New ...
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