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Recovery of meiofauna communities following an acute anoxic event in the northern Adriatic Sea (Mediterranean)


Travizi, Ana
Recovery of meiofauna communities following an acute anoxic event in the northern Adriatic Sea (Mediterranean) // Marine Biology in Time and Space: Abstracts from the 44th European Marine Biology Symposium / Frid, C.L.J., J.A. Green, O.A.L. Paramor, L.A. Robinson and P.C. Watts. (ur.).
Liverpool: University of Liverpool, 2009. str. 139-139 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, ostalo)


Naslov
Recovery of meiofauna communities following an acute anoxic event in the northern Adriatic Sea (Mediterranean)

Autori
Travizi, Ana

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, ostalo

Izvornik
Marine Biology in Time and Space: Abstracts from the 44th European Marine Biology Symposium / Frid, C.L.J., J.A. Green, O.A.L. Paramor, L.A. Robinson and P.C. Watts. - Liverpool : University of Liverpool, 2009, 139-139

Skup
44th European Marine Biology Symposium (44th EMBS)

Mjesto i datum
Liverpul, Velika Britanija, 06-11.09.2009

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Meiofauna; recovery; anoxia; northern Adriatic Sea

Sažetak
Shallow-water benthic communities are subject to a variety of environmental disturbances which vary in frequency, intensity, as well as in temporal and spatial extent. Oxygen deficiency is one of the most widespread forms of disturbance affecting shallow-water benthic communities. The northern Adriatic Sea is sensitive marine system that experiences seasonal (north-western part) and acute (central and eastern part) oxygen crises. The effect of anoxia including subsequent recovery of macrobenthos was very well documented, both on the global and regional (the north-western Adriatic Sea) scales. Generally, the effect of oxygen deficiency and particularly the effect of acute anoxic events are much less studied on the meiofauna communities level. The acute oxygen crisis with great magnitude (3500 km2) and catastrophic consequences (mass mortality of benthos) occurred in the central-east part of the northern Adriatic Sea in the late 80-ies. Since then, no more anoxic events were reported from that region. During that crisis we detected clear stress response of meiofauna along the gradient of oxygen deficiency. Relatively fast recovery of meiofauna abundance (six months after anoxia) and partial recovery of meiofauna assemblage structure (two years after anoxia) were noted. However, many results obtained during biennial post anoxic monitoring was never reported. This study presents a detail results of the meiofauna recovery at three northern Adriatic offshore sites during biennial post anoxic period, as well as results of subsequent long-term monitoring of meiobenthic assemblages performed at the same sites until nowadays, i.e. five, ten, fifteen and twenty years after the catastrophic anoxic event.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Geologija



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Projekt / tema
098-0982705-2732 - Bioraznolikost bentoskih zajednica u Jadranu: prirodni i antropogeni utjecaji (Ana Travizi, )

Ustanove
Institut "Ruđer Bošković", Zagreb

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Ana Travizi, (164684)

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Travizi, Ana
Recovery of meiofauna communities following an acute anoxic event in the northern Adriatic Sea (Mediterranean) // Marine Biology in Time and Space: Abstracts from the 44th European Marine Biology Symposium / Frid, C.L.J., J.A. Green, O.A.L. Paramor, L.A. Robinson and P.C. Watts. (ur.).
Liverpool: University of Liverpool, 2009. str. 139-139 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, ostalo)
Travizi, A. (2009) Recovery of meiofauna communities following an acute anoxic event in the northern Adriatic Sea (Mediterranean). U: Frid, C.L.J., J.A. Green, O.A.L. Paramor, L.A. Robinson and P.C. Watts. (ur.)Marine Biology in Time and Space: Abstracts from the 44th European Marine Biology Symposium.
@article{article, author = {Travizi, A.}, year = {2009}, pages = {139-139}, keywords = {Meiofauna, recovery, anoxia, northern Adriatic Sea}, title = {Recovery of meiofauna communities following an acute anoxic event in the northern Adriatic Sea (Mediterranean)}, keyword = {Meiofauna, recovery, anoxia, northern Adriatic Sea}, publisher = {University of Liverpool}, publisherplace = {Liverpul, Velika Britanija} }