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Main Title Spatial Patterns of Marine Larvae as Indicators of Incipient Invasions in Great Bay, NH. A Final Report to the New Hampshire Estuaries Project.
Author J. E. Byers ; B. Griffen
CORP Author New Hampshire Univ., Durham. Dept. of Zoology.; Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. National Estuary Program.
Year Published 2006
Stock Number PB2011-108941
Additional Subjects Larvae ; Marine biology ; Invertebrates ; Habitat ; Populations ; Biological communities ; Indicators ; Estuaries ; New Hampshire ; Aquatic ecosystems ; Coastal areas ; Monitoring ; Surveys ; Research program
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NTIS  PB2011-108941 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 11/09/2011
Collation 61p
Abstract Understanding the dynamics of coastal marine communities represents a substantial challenge, and one that is actively pursued globally. Within the United States, several sites have been designated as National Estuarine Research Reserves (NERR) with the idea that concentrated research at these sites will lead to greater understanding of the ecosystem. The Great Bay Estuary of New Hampshire is one of these sites. A wide spectrum of research is conducted within the Great Bay, and substantial financial support is committed to that research on an annual basis. To facilitate the success of these research efforts, it is particularly important to develop a working understanding of the dynamics of marine communities within the Great Bay. Invertebrate communities within the Bay and at other coastal sites are largely composed of open populations whose growth and maintenance depend on settlement of new recruits that may arrive from distant source populations. Larval monitoring programs designed to survey these incoming recruits should therefore be an important component of the research program within the Great Bay and other NERR sites. By monitoring recruitment within the Great Bay, we may begin to determine larval spatial patterns within potential habitats. This will then allow for comparison of observed larval spatial patterns and observed adult population distributions.
Supplementary Notes Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. National Estuary Program.
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PUB Date Free Form 5 Jul 2006
Category Codes 47D; 57Z; 57H
NTIS Prices PC A05/MF A05
Document Type NT
Cataloging Source NTIS/MT
Control Number 119203180
Origin NTIS
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