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Shelf‐to‐canyon sediment transport processes on the Eel Continental Margin (Northern California). Marine Geology, 193: 129–149. , et al. (2010a). Deep, diverse and definitely different: unique attributes of the world’s largest ecosystem. Biogeosciences, 7: 2851–2899. , Rotllant, G. (2010b). Megabenthic diversity patterns and ­community structure of the Blanes submarine canyon and adjacent slope in the Northwestern Mediterranean: a human overprint? Marine Ecology, 31: 167–182. D. (1999). The biology of Lophelia pertusa (Linnaeus 1758) and other deep‐water reef‐forming corals and impacts from human activities.

2010). This requires repetitive temporal sampling above and off the seamount, with multiple gear types, to sample the plankton, as well as predatory fish. Given the high likely variation in abundance and biomass of planktonic organisms, it is clear that sampling design and surveys need to consider both spatial and temporal sources of variability in order to obtain consistent and meaningful quantitative data about abundance and biomass. g. Vinogradov, 2005). , 2010b). , 2010). g. Copepoda, Decapoda, Euphasiacea, Amphipoda).

This requires repetitive temporal sampling above and off the seamount, with multiple gear types, to sample the plankton, as well as predatory fish. Given the high likely variation in abundance and biomass of planktonic organisms, it is clear that sampling design and surveys need to consider both spatial and temporal sources of variability in order to obtain consistent and meaningful quantitative data about abundance and biomass. g. Vinogradov, 2005). , 2010b). , 2010). g. Copepoda, Decapoda, Euphasiacea, Amphipoda).

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