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EN330 MOCNES PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS
The following code was used to make qualitative estimates from looking at samples after they were preserved in qt. jars.
Estimates do not take into account vol. filtered, and do not claim to include all organisms. Metrida were often found where Calanus were found
and Oithona were often found where Centropages were found. Jellies were often Aglantha digitale and Euphausiids were often Meganychtiphanes norvegica
N= None Observed P=Present MA= Moderately Abundant A= Abundant VA = Very Abundant
HAUL NET Calanus Euphausiids Euchaeta Centropages Salps Limacina Siphonophores Themisto clione chaetognaths jellies Other
1 1 MA P MA N N P N P N N P small other shrimp present
1 2 A P P N N N P P N N N nothing
1 3 A P P N N N P P N N N nothing
1 4 A P P N N N P P P P N
1 5 A P N N N N N P(small) P P P
1 6 A N N N N P MA P(small) N P N
1 7 P N N MA N P N P(small) N P N Other small copepods, crab megalopae, shrimp larvae, and tomopteris present
1 8 P N N A N N P MA(small) N P N
2 1 MA N A N N N N P N N A Ostracods abundant
2 2 A N MA N N A MA P N N P Ostracods abundant
2 3 A N MA N N N P P N P P Ostracods present
2 4 A P P N N P P P N N N 1 cusk eel, other shrimp and ostracods present
2 5 A P P N N N MA P MA N N 1 small squid present
2 6 MA MA P P N P A P P P N other caridean shrimp present
2 7 MA MA P A N N N A N N N 1 small fish
2 8 P A P A N N N MA N N N
3 1 MA N MA N P N N N P P P Ostracods moderaately abundant, other shrimp present
3 2 A P A N N MA P N N N MA Ostracods moderately abundant, other shrimp and tomopteris present
3 3 A N A N N MA P N N N MA nothing
3 4 VA P A N P N MA P N N N ostracods present
3 5 A P MA N P P P P P N N cumaceans and other shrimp (big caridean) present
3 6 MA P P P P P P P P N N other shrimp present
3 7 P MA P A MA MA P P N N N crab zoea and ctenophores present
3 8 MA MA (small) P VA A N N MA N P N phronima present
4 1 A MA P N N P P MA P N P nothing
4 2 VA P P N P P MA P N P P nothing
4 3 VA P P N N N N P N MA N nothing
4 4 A P P N N P N P N MA N other copepods present (Candacia)
4 5 A P P N N MA P P N P N ostracods and Candacia present
4 6 P P N MA MA MA P MA N MA N Candacia present
4 7 P P (small) N A MA N P P N MA N crab zoea present
4 8 P P (small) N A VA N N P N P N nothing
5 1 MA P P N P P P MA N N N 1 large caridean shrimp and cumaceans present
5 2 A P P N P N P P N N P nothing
5 3 VA N P N P P P P N N N nothing
5 4 VA P P N MA P P P N P N caridean shrimp and different euphs present
5 5 A P P N MA P MA P P P N nothing
5 6 P P P A MA MA P MA P P N other shrimp present
5 7 P MA P A MA MA P MA P P N small fish present
5 8 P A N VA A P P P N A N
6 1 A P P N P N P MA P N P Other shrimp present
6 2 A P P N P P P P P N N
6 3 A P P N P P P P N P N
6 4 A MA P N P N MA P N P N Ostracod moderately abundant
6 5 MA P P N N P P P P P N Ostracod present
6 6 MA P P MA P P P P P P N Ostracod present
6 7 MA P P A MA P P MA P P N Tomopteris present
6 8 MA P N VA MA P P MA P P N Big isopod (Idotea?) present
7 1
7 2 VA MA P N N P P P N N P
7 3 A MA P N N P P N P P N Tomopteris present
7 4 A MA N N P N N P P P N Tomopteris present
7 5 A P N N N N P P MA P N
7 6 A P (small) N N N P N P MA MA One large jelly fish Candacia present
7 7 MA P (small) N MA/A N P N MA N MA N
7 8 MA P N A N P P MA P P N

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Last Modified On: Tuesday, January 07, 2003 09:55:54