The distribution of benthic macrofauna associations in the Bristol Channel in relation to tidal stress
Warwick, R.M. and Uncles, R.J. (1980) The distribution of benthic macrofauna associations in the Bristol Channel in relation to tidal stress. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 3 . pp. 97-103.
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Sediment bed types and benthic faunal associations in the Bristol Channel, U.K., are shown to be directly related to the tidally averaged M2 bed stress as determined from a hydrodynamical numerical model. The correlation provides an important preliminary to an understanding of the physical control of community structure and function.
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