Soft Bottom Communities in Marine Lakes Sisjajarvi and Linjalampi (Barents Sea)

Soft Bottom Communities in Marine Lakes Sisjajarvi and Linjalampi (Barents Sea) Based on the data of benthic surveys of 2010–2012, three benthic communities: a shallow-water community with the dominance of Scoloplos spp., Nucula tennuis, and Scalibregma inflatum; a deep-water community with the dominance of Chaetosone sp.; and a community of mixed sediments, have been distinguished in soft sediments in marine lakes Sisjajarvi and Linjalampi. These communities are typically marine and similar to other communities in shallow areas of the Barents Sea. They mostly differ in a high abundance of the polychaete Scalibregma inflatum and a small number of echinoderms from the communities in other bays of the Barents Sea. The abundance of the polychaete S. inflatum indicates indirectly possible cases of anoxia in Lake Sisjajarvi. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Doklady Biological Sciences Springer Journals

Soft Bottom Communities in Marine Lakes Sisjajarvi and Linjalampi (Barents Sea)

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Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2018 by Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.
Subject
Life Sciences; Life Sciences, general; Plant Sciences; Evolutionary Biology
ISSN
0012-4966
eISSN
1608-3105
D.O.I.
10.1134/S0012496618010088
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Abstract

Based on the data of benthic surveys of 2010–2012, three benthic communities: a shallow-water community with the dominance of Scoloplos spp., Nucula tennuis, and Scalibregma inflatum; a deep-water community with the dominance of Chaetosone sp.; and a community of mixed sediments, have been distinguished in soft sediments in marine lakes Sisjajarvi and Linjalampi. These communities are typically marine and similar to other communities in shallow areas of the Barents Sea. They mostly differ in a high abundance of the polychaete Scalibregma inflatum and a small number of echinoderms from the communities in other bays of the Barents Sea. The abundance of the polychaete S. inflatum indicates indirectly possible cases of anoxia in Lake Sisjajarvi.

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Doklady Biological SciencesSpringer Journals

Published: Mar 13, 2018

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