Biodiversity of North Atlantic and North Sea calanoid copepods

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Beaugrand, G; Reid, PC; Ibanez, F; Planque, B;
  • Subject: QH301
    mesheuropmc: human activities | fungi

Spatial patterns in pelagic biodiversity are the result of factors acting from a global to a local scale. The global patterns have been studied intensively using taxa such as foraminifera and euphausiids. However, these studies do not allow direct comparisons of neritic... View more
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