By Lesser, Michael P
Advances in Marine Biology has been delivering in-depth and up to date reports on all features of marine biology because 1963--over forty years of remarkable assurance! The sequence is widely known for its very good reports and modifying. Now edited by way of Michael Lesser (University of latest Hampshire, united states) with an across the world popular Editorial Board, the serial publishes in-depth and updated content material on many themes that would entice postgraduates and researchers in marine biology, fisheries technology, ecology, zoology, and organic oceanography. Volumes hide all parts of marine technology, either utilized and uncomplicated, quite a lot of topical parts from all parts of marine ecology, oceanography, fisheries administration and molecular biology and the entire variety of geographic parts from polar seas to tropical coral reefs.
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3%). 7. , fanshell Isognomon perna, mussel Perna viridis, sponge Mycale adhaerens and tunicate Styela plicata), organic wastes derived from fish farming activities (trash fish, faeces of cultured fish fed with trash fish, pellet and faeces of cultured fish fed with pellet), POM and sediment samples of Lo Tik Wan, including 12 saturated fatty acids, six monounsaturated fatty acids and nine polyunsaturated fatty acids. 3% of total fatty acids, respectively. 12. The number of fatty acids was reduced by excluding 4:0, 17:0, 24:0, 14:1, 15:1, 16:1, 17:1 and 22:2, which had the lowest effects on PC loadings in the PCA analysis.
The abundance, diversity and succession of epifauna on the AR surface were studied throughout the whole post-AR deployment study period, from November 2007 to February 2009 for Sham Wan and from July 2008 to May 2009 for Lo Tik Wan. 4 Sampling stations in (A) Sham Wan and (B) Lo Tik Wan, Hong Kong. AR, artificial reef station; F, fish cage station; C, control station. 5 Artificial reef structure used in study areas, Hong Kong. S. Shin et al. particulate organic matter (POM) and sediment samples were collected from Sham Wan in August 2008 and Lo Tik Wan in May 2009, after deployment of ARs at approximately one and one-half years and one year, respectively.
Lo Tik Wan FCZ is a semiclosed bay located at an island in the southern part of Hong Kong (22 130 N and 114 070 E). It has a water depth ranging from 8 to 14 m, with partly rocky and partly sandy coast. , 2008). This culture zone is also located near a shipping channel, where vessel traffic is intense. 6 kg mÀ2. The cultured species mainly include groupers and snappers. They are fed largely on trash fish (mainly Belanger’s croaker, Johnius belangerii), but dry feed pellets are also used. 4). 5).