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The first conclusion was that the abundance and diversity of benthic animals in surf zones increased with depth, more markedly at Reflective beaches than at ...
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The hypothesis was, therefore, proposed that the assemblages of intertidal algae and invertebrates on seawalls under wharves would differ to those on ...
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Jan 23, 2008 ... Although they provide habitat for intertidal organisms, many intertidal animals in NSW do not (and possibly cannot) live on seawalls as they ...
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Ecological Impacts of Coastal Cities Building seawalls to sustain ...
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML shaded or unshaded seawalls. Marine Ecology Progress Series 327, 27-36 ... seawalls and rocky shores. Marine Ecology Progress Series 287, 53-65. ...
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The hypothesis was also tested that quarry boulders placed in the boulder ... Different results were found when quarry boulders were compared to reference ...
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File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML the long term, a precast concrete seawall is being constructed, founded on steel piles driven into rock. The concrete seawall is being faced with large sand ...
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Carruthers, T.R. (2003). A critical review of bio-indication in ecology. M. Quant. Mar. Ecol. thesis, University of Sydney. ...
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Ecological monitoring of Waterbird refuge phase-1 part 2. ... The long-term plans for management of the Waterbird Refuge (WBR) include increasing the ...
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A manipulative experiment to evaluate predicted changes in intertidal, macro-faunal assemblages after contamination by heavy metals ...
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Growth and reproduction of the squid Photololigo etheridgei in the Hawkesbury River. O'Donnell, K. (2004). Growth and reproduction of the squid Photololigo ...
 
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