Spatial variation in distributional patterns of Arctic benthic biodiversity


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Marine benthic organisms living in shelf seas of the Siberian Arctic are impacted severely by the pronounced consequences of climate change. Polar ecosystems are used to stable conditions and even small changes could influence benthic communities, food webs, and ecosystem functions. Regional patterns in community composition result from the interaction between marine organisms and their local environment. In this study, these relationships are investigated in order to understand how climate change affect Arctic biodiversity in particular.



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Gordon Research Conference, 01 Jan 2019 - 01 Jan 1970, Italy.
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49301
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Hansen, M. , Kraan, C. and Piepenburg, D. (2019): Spatial variation in distributional patterns of Arctic benthic biodiversity , Gordon Research Conference, Italy, 2019 - unspecified .


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