By Henri J. Dumont, Tamara A. Shiganova, Ulrich Niermann
The Mediterranean, Black, and Caspian Seas, the rivers and canals that attach them, and the big quantity of transport within the zone, symbolize a conduit for aquatic invasion, whose outcomes are just now commencing to be understood. This e-book offers an updated assessment of jelly invasions within the Ponto-Caspian that have affected neighborhood ecosystems because the early Eighties, contrasting that with different organic invasions, looking for underlying principles.
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M-3) and 197 ind. m-2 ± 170 (10 ind. 2 g m-3) (Fig. 2A). Figure 2. Changes in abundance of B. cf ovata and M. leidyi in 1999-2002 in the inshore waters of northeastern Black Sea: 1 - biomass of M. leidyi, g m-2; 2 - biomass of B. cf ovata, g m-2; A - in 1999-2000; B - in 2001 38 Ponto-Caspian aquatic invasions Figure 2C. Changes in abundance of B. cf ovata and M. leidyi in 1999-2002 in the inshore waters of northeastern Black Sea: 1 - biomass of M. leidyi, g. m-2; 2 - biomass of B. cf ovata, g.
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