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  • Rolling Cockles: Shell Abrasion and Repair in a Living Bivalve <i>Cerastoderma edule</i> L.

    Cadée, G.C. (2016)
    Embargo end date: 2017/03/01
    Live cockles were eroded from a tidal flat by a storm event and naturally transported to a nearbydike and beach. Their fate was observed regularly for two months. Some died from desiccation highon the shore, and some were consumed by oystercatchers. Others were caught by the byssusthreads of mussels inhabiting the intertidal area, while a few tried to reburrow high on the shore.These cockles were supposedly rolled while being transported to the beach and were laterobserved being rolled by the...

    A Procedure to Compensate for the Response Drift of a Large Set of Thermistors

    The drift of temperature measurements by semiconductor negative temperature coefficient thermistors is awell-known problem. This study analyzes the drift characteristics of the thermistors designed and used at theRoyal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research for measuring high-frequency O(1Hz) temperature fluctuationsin the ocean. These thermistors can be calibrated to high precision and accuracy (better than 1mK) and havevery lownoise levels. The thermistors canmeasure independently for long ...

    Processes affecting the spatial distribution of seagrass meadow sedimentary material on Yao Yai Island, Thailand

    Many islands throughout SE Asia are experiencing rapid development and land-cover conversion thatpotentially threaten sensitive coastal ecosystems, such as seagrasses, through increased loading ofsediment and nutrients originating from disturbed catchments draining to the sea. To evaluate this threatfor one such island in Southern Thailand (Yao Yai), we perform sediment source tracing via end-membermixing analysis using stable isotopes d13C and d15N in organic matter to explore sediment loadi...

    Vegetation-wave interactions in salt marshes under storm surge conditions

    Vegetation-wave interactions are critical in determining the capacity of coastal salt marshes to reducewave energy (wave dissipation), enhance sedimentation and protect the shoreline from erosion. Whilevegetation-induced wave dissipation is increasingly recognized in low wave energy environments, little isknown about: (i) the effect of vegetation on wave dissipation during storms when wave heights and waterlevels are highest; and (ii) the ability of different plant species to dissipate waves ...

    The internal consistency of the North Sea carbonate system

    In 2002 (February) and 2005 (August), the full suite of carbonate system parameters (total alkalinity (AT), dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC), pH, and partial pressure of CO2 (pCO2) were measured on two re-occupations of the entire North Sea basin, with three parameters (AT, DIC, pCO2) measured on four additional re-occupations, covering all four seasons, allowing an assessment of the internal consistency of the carbonate system. For most of the year, there is a similar level of internal consi...
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