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Influence of some enviromental factors on the structure and distribution of the rocky shore macrobenthic communities in the Bay of Gibraltar: preliminary results.

 

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Author: Fa, Darren A.
Finlayson, Clive
García Adiego, E.M.
Sánchez Moyano, Juan Emilio
García Gómez, José Carlos
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Zoología
Date: 2002
Published in: Almoraima: revista de estudios campogibraltareños, 28, 73-88.
Document type: Article
Abstract: The Bay of Gibraltar contains a high biological diversity which is conditioned by a suite of both biotic and abiotic factors of natural origin.However, the Bay is also subjected toa variety of anthropic impacts which have a considerable effect on th...
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La Bahía de Gibraltar contiene una alta riqueza biológica que se ve condicionada por factores bióticos y abióticos de origen natural. Sin embargo, la Bahía también sufre una gran variedad de actividades antrópicas que afectan a la biota marina de manera considerable. El litoral rocoso es relativamente accesible y sencillo de muestrear, y es un ecosistema muy útil para estudiar el posible efecto de estas alteraciones, pues las especies son generalmente sésiles y la composición y estructura de sus comunidades reflejan su historia.
Cite: Fa, D.A., Finlayson, C., García Adiego, E., Sánchez Moyano, J.E. y García Gómez, J.C. (2002). Influence of some enviromental factors on the structure and distribution of the rocky shore macrobenthic communities in the Bay of Gibraltar: preliminary results.. Almoraima: revista de estudios campogibraltareños, 28, 73-88.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/44875

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