3 edition of Hydrocarbons in intertidal environments of lower Cook Inlet, Alaska, 1976 found in the catalog.
Hydrocarbons in intertidal environments of lower Cook Inlet, Alaska, 1976
D. G. Shaw
1977 by Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Marine/Coastal Habitat Management in Anchorage, Alaska .
Written in English
Bibliography: leaf 15.
|Statement||by D.G. Shaw & K. Lotspeich.|
|Series||Environmental studies of Kachemak Bay and lower Cook Inlet ;, v. 12|
|Contributions||Lotspeich, K., Alaska. Marine and Coastal Habitat Management.|
|LC Classifications||QH105.A4 E6 1977 vol. 12, GC1552 E6 1977 vol. 12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||51 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||79620845|
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SHAW and JAMIE N. WlGGS Institute of Marine Science, University of A laska, Fairbanks, Alaska 99U.S.A. Intertidal animals and sediment from Cited by: An extensive sheet of silty sand crossed by tidal channels is exposed at low tide in Turnagain Alaska Knik Arms, Alaska.
Transportation and deposition of sediment composing this sheet is the result of strong tidal currents due to the maximum spring tidal range of approximately m.
The initiation of the floodtide is accompanied by the occurrence of a tidal bore that travels at a. From June 18 until Jthe Pacific-Arctic Branch of the U.S. Geological Survey conducted an environmental geologic cruise in lower Cook Inlet and on the Kodiak shelf (Fig.
Sparker, uniboom and kHz seismic records were acquired along approximately kilometers of track line (Plates 1 and 2).Cited by: 4. Total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH), n-alkanes, petroleum-related biomarkers of terpanes and steranes, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) were analyzed in the intertidal sediments in the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia/New Brunswick, close to the harbour and more densely populated areas had higher TPH levels than other pristine by: 6.
Reconnaissance of Intertidal Habitats in Upper Cook Inlet, Alaska – Cook Inlet Regional Citizens Advisory Council. Lees was project manager and principal investigator on a reconnaissance of epibiotic and infaunal assemblages, sediment conditions (grain size, organics, and hydrocarbons), and geomorphological conditions.
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AK January. environments. The Marine Studies Program will be conducted in Iniskin and Iliamna Bays (Figure ) which comprise one of several estuarine complexes and embayments along the west side of lower Cook Inlet. The objective of the Marine Studies is. About 25 percent was transported out of the sound, stranding mostly along the Kenai Peninsula, lower Cook Inlet, and the Kodiak Archipelago.
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Payne, Ph.D. Pacific sand lance Ammodytes hexapterus in Kachemak Bay, Alaska, showed no sexual dimorphism in length-to-weight (gonad-free) ratio or length-at-age relationship. Most matured in their second year, males earlier in the season than females, but females (31%) attained a higher gonadosomatic index than males (21%).
Sand lance spawned intertidally once each year in Cited by: The Southern Alaska-Cook Inlet coal province is a large coal-bearing region that is as much as mi ( km) wide and mi ( km) long and covers an area ab mi 2 (58, km 2), half of which is beneath the waters of Cook Inlet (fig.
Many of the Tertiary coal-bearing rocks in the Southern Alaska-Cook Inlet Basin lie beneath. Taxa found at coastal sites of the Gulf of Alaska in southcentral Alaska (Copper River Delta, Port Valdez, and Cook Inlet at~60°N) included Amphipoda, Chironomidae, and Polychaeta, but at. Final. STUDY.
Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. csaban4. Marine Bio. Terms in this set (30) The lower limit of the intertidal zone. lowest tide. The particular characteristic most widely used in classifying intertidal communities.
relative exposure to air. Start studying Intertidal zone. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. The upper limit of rocky intertidal communities typically is determined by.
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and Change in the Intertidal Community Trophic level Energy (Joules) a. organism that feeds on both producers and animals. organism that feeds on consumers. organism that feeds on producers.
• Interpret – Examine the energy pyramid. Why does the total amount of energy present in an ecosystem. The lower limit of the intertidal zone is the: A)average high tide B)average middle tide C)lowest tide D)lowest edge of the rocky substrate E)none of the above: it varies according to type of substrate The particular characteristic most widely used in classifying intertidal communities: A)type of tides B)relative exposure to air C)type of substrate D)type of seaweeds E)relative.
the mussels from the lower intertidal. In summary, the community organization and maintenance in the mid and lower intertidal is influenced to a high degree by biological interactions.
Whereas both the relatively important herbivory by L. littorea. The lower salinities experienced during rainfall are counteracted by the amounts of salt water retained on the lagoon shore. In a previous paper (Guiler, ) it was noted that December, January and July are critical months for intertidal organisms at Blackman's Bay and there is no reason for modifying this conclusion for Pipe Clay Lagoon.
Holden Harris Page 2 Abstract Vertical zonation of organisms within rocky intertidal ecosystems has been found to be driven by a combination of factors, including predation, settlement, desiccation stresses, and intra-specific competition.
The lower limits of adult prey organisms are typically attributed to predation, and the upper limits are believed to be driven by larval. Field observations on the variability of crude oil impact on indigenous hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria from sub-Antarctic intertidal sediments D.
Delillea,*, B. Delilleb aObservatoire Oce´anologique de Banyuls, Universite´ P. et M. Curie U.A. Laboratoire Arago, Banyuls sur mer, France. distribution of hydrocarbons and microbial populations realted to sedimentation processes in lower cook inlet and norton sound, alaska; arctic 36(3) RU The role of habitat complexity has been widely neglected in the study of meiofaunal community patterns.
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