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Demersal fish and hyperbenthic communities of the Voordelta and Western Scheldt, Belgium (EDMED) [Demersale vissen en hyperbentische gemeenschappen in de Voordelta en de Westerschelde, België (EDMED)]

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The spatial distribution of the demersal fish and hyperbenthic communities of the Voordelta is described on the basis of the seasonal samples of the period 1987 - 1988. For the Western Scheldt, samples were taken in 1990 - 1991.

Biology, Biology > Fish, Coastal studies (e.g. shores, estuaries)
Marine/Coastal, Brackish water, Benthos, Biomass, Communities (ecological), Demersal fisheries, Fish, Hyperbenthos, Population density, Spatial distribution, ANE, Netherlands, Voordelta, ANE, Netherlands, Westerschelde, ANE, Scheldt Estuary

Geographical coverage
ANE, Netherlands, Voordelta [Marine Regions]
ANE, Netherlands, Westerschelde [Marine Regions]
ANE, Scheldt Estuary [Marine Regions]

Temporal coverage
1987 - 1988
1990 - 1991

Fish species, Hyperbenthic species, Hyperbenthos density

Universiteit Gent; Faculteit Wetenschappen; Vakgroep Biologie; Onderzoeksgroep Mariene Biologie (MARBIOL), moredata managerdata creatordata owner

Related datasets
Other relation:
Ecological hyperbenthic data of the Scheldt estuary: historical data (1988-2001), more

JEEP: Major biological processes in European tidal estuaries, more

Used in this dataset
Hamerlynck, O. et al. (1990). Eindverslag Hyperbenthosonderzoek Voordelta. University of Gent, Zoology Institute, Marine Biology Section: Gent. 101 pp., more

Dataset status: Completed
Data type: Data
Data origin: Research
Metadatarecord created: 2006-10-02
Information last updated: 2007-09-18
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