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Tree of the sea: The use of the internal growth lines in the shell of Arctica islandica (Bivalvia, Mollusca) for the retrospective assessment of marine environmental change

Witbaard, R., 1997, s.n.. 149 p.

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APA

Witbaard, R. (1997). Tree of the sea: The use of the internal growth lines in the shell of Arctica islandica (Bivalvia, Mollusca) for the retrospective assessment of marine environmental change. s.n.

Author

Witbaard, Rob. / Tree of the sea : The use of the internal growth lines in the shell of Arctica islandica (Bivalvia, Mollusca) for the retrospective assessment of marine environmental change. s.n., 1997. 149 p.

Harvard

Witbaard, R 1997, 'Tree of the sea: The use of the internal growth lines in the shell of Arctica islandica (Bivalvia, Mollusca) for the retrospective assessment of marine environmental change', Doctor of Philosophy, University of Groningen.

Standard

Tree of the sea : The use of the internal growth lines in the shell of Arctica islandica (Bivalvia, Mollusca) for the retrospective assessment of marine environmental change. / Witbaard, Rob.

s.n., 1997. 149 p.

Research output: ThesisThesis fully internal (DIV)Academic

Vancouver

Witbaard R. Tree of the sea: The use of the internal growth lines in the shell of Arctica islandica (Bivalvia, Mollusca) for the retrospective assessment of marine environmental change. s.n., 1997. 149 p.


BibTeX

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title = "Tree of the sea: The use of the internal growth lines in the shell of Arctica islandica (Bivalvia, Mollusca) for the retrospective assessment of marine environmental change",
abstract = "Within the North Sea the southernmost distribution limit of Arctica follows the 30 m depth contour. This border is most likely set by the maximum bottom water temperature of 16 graden. Densities of 16 individuals/m2 were found in the northern North Sea. In the south-eastern North Sea the maximum density of 0.1 ind./m2 is low, especially compared to those around Iceland or the western Atlantic. In the south-eastern North Sea the densities decreased between the 1970s and the early 1990s. Both the percentage of sampling stations and the corresponding densities decreased. The mortality rate in the south-eastern North Sea is twice as high as that in the northern North Sea. ... Zie: Summary",
keywords = "Proefschriften (vorm), Ecologische aspecten, Groei, Bivalvia, 42.73",
author = "Rob Witbaard",
note = "date_submitted:1997 Rights: University of Groningen",
year = "1997",
language = "English",
publisher = "s.n.",
school = "University of Groningen",

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RIS

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AU - Witbaard, Rob

N1 - date_submitted:1997 Rights: University of Groningen

PY - 1997

Y1 - 1997

N2 - Within the North Sea the southernmost distribution limit of Arctica follows the 30 m depth contour. This border is most likely set by the maximum bottom water temperature of 16 graden. Densities of 16 individuals/m2 were found in the northern North Sea. In the south-eastern North Sea the maximum density of 0.1 ind./m2 is low, especially compared to those around Iceland or the western Atlantic. In the south-eastern North Sea the densities decreased between the 1970s and the early 1990s. Both the percentage of sampling stations and the corresponding densities decreased. The mortality rate in the south-eastern North Sea is twice as high as that in the northern North Sea. ... Zie: Summary

AB - Within the North Sea the southernmost distribution limit of Arctica follows the 30 m depth contour. This border is most likely set by the maximum bottom water temperature of 16 graden. Densities of 16 individuals/m2 were found in the northern North Sea. In the south-eastern North Sea the maximum density of 0.1 ind./m2 is low, especially compared to those around Iceland or the western Atlantic. In the south-eastern North Sea the densities decreased between the 1970s and the early 1990s. Both the percentage of sampling stations and the corresponding densities decreased. The mortality rate in the south-eastern North Sea is twice as high as that in the northern North Sea. ... Zie: Summary

KW - Proefschriften (vorm)

KW - Ecologische aspecten

KW - Groei

KW - Bivalvia

KW - 42.73

M3 - Thesis fully internal (DIV)

PB - s.n.

ER -

ID: 1451844