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conservation . J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 366 : 8 – 15 . Alfaro , A.C . 2006 . Benthic macro-invertebrate community composition within a mangrove/seagrass estuary in northern New

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Duarte, C.M. and Chiscano, C.L. 1999. Seagrass biomass and production: a reassessment. Aquatic Bot. 65: 159–174. Chiscano C.L. Seagrass biomass and production: a reassessment

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Central European Geology
Authors: Leonel da Silveira Lobo Sternberg, Carlos Augusto Ramos e Silva, and Pablo Bezerra Dávalos

web in seagrass meadows Oecologia 62 145 149 . J.H. Primavera 2006

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232Th activities in the South Adriatic Sea-water, surface sediment, mud with detritus, seagrass (Posidonia oceanica) samples, and the mullet (Mugilidae) species Mugil cephalus, as well as soil and sand from the Montenegrin Coast, were measured using the six-crystal spectrometer PRIPYAT-2M, which has relatively high detection efficiency and a good sensitivity, and allows a short acquisition time, and measuring samples of any shape, without preliminary preparation and calibration measurements for different sample geometries. An average 232Th activity concentration in surface soil layer is found to be 40.33 Bq kg−1, while in sand—4.7 Bq kg−1. The absorbed dose rate in air due to 232Th gamma radiation from surface soil layer ranged from 11.76 to 63.39 nGy h−1, with a mean of 24.06 nGy h−1. Corresponding average annual effective dose rate has been found to be 0.03 mSv y−1. The absorbed dose rates due to the thorium gamma radiation in air at 1 m above sand surface on the Montenegrin beaches have been found to be from 0.41 to 9.08 nGy h−1, while annual effective dose rates ranged from 0.0005 to 0.011 mSv y−1. 232Th activity concentration in seawater ranged from 0.06 to 0.22 Bq L−1, as in the mullet (Mugil cephalus) whole individuals from 0.63 to 1.67 Bq kg−1. Annual intake of 232Th by human consumers of this fish species has been estimated to provide an effective dose of about 0.003 mSv y−1.

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., Mickelson, M. J. (1992) Growth of the seagrass Heterozostera tasmanica limited by nitrogen in Port Phillip Bay, Australia. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 89 , 269–275. Mickelson M. J. Growth of

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.H. 1988 . Community changes associated with the spread of an introduced seagrass, Zostera japonica . Ecology 69 ( 4 ): 974 – 983 . Power , M.E. , D. Tilman , J.A. Estes , B

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marine food web . Ecol. Lett. 8 : 1048 – 1056 . Cadier , C. and A. Frouws . 2019 . Experimental harvest in a tropical seagrass meadow leads to shift in associated benthic

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. 1967. Handbook of Methods of Applied Statistics, Volume I . John Wiley and Sons, pp. 392–394. Christian, R.R. and J. Luczkovich. 1999. Organizing and understanding a winter’s seagrass foodweb network through

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. 26 390 Christian, R. R. and Luczkovich J. J. 1999. Organising and understanding a winter's seagrass foodweb network through effective trophic levels. Ecological Modelling

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Central European Geology
Authors: István Vető, Katalin Báldi, Stjepan Ćorić, Magdolna Hetényi, Attila Demény, and István Futó

seagrass or more likely benthic algae based on the foraminifera morphotypes present in the material ( Langer 1993 ; Drinia et al. 2005 ; Mateu-Vicens 2014 ). This vegetation, providing a home to the epiphytic foraminifera, needs light for photosynthesis

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