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By Michael P. Lesser

Advances in Marine Biology has been supplying in-depth and up to date stories on all points of marine biology considering the fact that 1963--over forty years of remarkable assurance! The sequence is celebrated for its very good reports and enhancing. Now edited by means of Michael Lesser (University of recent Hampshire, united states) with an the world over popular Editorial Board, the serial publishes in-depth and up to date content material on many themes that would attract postgraduates and researchers in marine biology, fisheries technological know-how, ecology, zoology, and organic oceanography. Volumes conceal all parts of marine technological know-how, either utilized and uncomplicated, quite a lot of topical parts from all components of marine ecology, oceanography, fisheries administration and molecular biology and the entire diversity of geographic parts from polar seas to tropical coral reefs.

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    2008b). , 2005). S. Shin et al. , 2008) can be employed to help understand the trophodynamics and movement patterns of fish populations on the reefs. 2. Development of benthic communities on ARs In addition to offering refuge places and various niches for fish to aggregate and reside, the surface of ARs provides a variety of space for the settlement and colonization of many benthic organisms, for example, sponges, corals, sea anemones, hydrozoans, corals, barnacles, tube worms, bivalves and tunicates.

    4). 5). 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.

    2008) can be employed to help understand the trophodynamics and movement patterns of fish populations on the reefs. 2. Development of benthic communities on ARs In addition to offering refuge places and various niches for fish to aggregate and reside, the surface of ARs provides a variety of space for the settlement and colonization of many benthic organisms, for example, sponges, corals, sea anemones, hydrozoans, corals, barnacles, tube worms, bivalves and tunicates. These organisms serve as an important food source for supporting an abundance of fish species associated with the reef areas.

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