Changes in species diversity and abundance of the main components of the Black Sea pelagic community during the last decade

1998-01-01
Shiganova, TA
Kideys, AE
Gücü, Ali Cemal
Niermann, U
Khoroshilov, VS
The changes in species diversity and abundance of ichthyo- and zooplankton in the northern (mainly in the north-eastern) and southern regions of the Black Sea were analysed prior to and after the Mnemioysis leidyi invasion. In addition, long-term changes in species diversity and abundance of gelatinous animals were briefly considered for understanding the extent of their influence on the pelagic community.

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T. Shiganova, A. Kideys, A. C. Gücü, U. Niermann, and V. Khoroshilov, “Changes in species diversity and abundance of the main components of the Black Sea pelagic community during the last decade,” Zori Rossii, UKRAINE, 1998, vol. 47, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/55096.