In 2002, the neritic copepod Acartia tumida was present in the plankton of Kievka Bay from February through July at a temperature of −1.2 to 14°C with an average population density of 6812 ind/m3 and a biomass of 532.75 mg/m3 (0.12–65.33 and 2.2–87.84% of total copepod density and biomass, respectively). The maximum population density of A. tumida (45 600 ind/m3) was recorded in the first ten-day period of April at a temperature of 2.2–3.8°C. Seasonal variations in the age and sex structure of A. tumida population were found. From February to July, A. tumida produced two generations.
Russian Journal of Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 5, 2006
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