The geographical and vertical distribution of Boroecia borealis was studied based on literature data and materials collected by Soviet and Russian expeditions in the Arctic Ocean and adjacent waters of the Atlantic during the period from 1929 to 1993. In the region of study, this species occurs at a temperature from 0.5 to 17.7°C. In the Arctic basin, B. borealis is predominantly found in the warm deep Atlantic layer. The central Arctic region is not a zone of exclusion of this species, but is a part of the species’ range, where its apparently dependent populations occur. In the northern Atlantic, B. borealis can reach into the low latitudes as far as 30°N.
Russian Journal of Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 25, 2009
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