Benthic ecology and the effects of grain size
By: Wilkinson, M.Material type: ArticlePublisher: 1995Description: p. 17-19.ISSN: 1172-1014.Subject(s): BENTHIC ENVIRONMENT | ECOLOGY | BENTHOS | GRAIN SIZE | SEDIMENTATION | BIVALVES | FILTER FEEDERS | SHELLFISH | GROWTH | MANUKAU HARBOUR | TIDAL FLATS | LITTORAL ZONE | INTERTIDAL SEDIMENTATION | JUVENILES | RECRUITMENTOnline resources: Click here to access online
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Recent NIWA experiments have shown how a combination of habitat type and adult population level can affect settlement by juveniles of some shellfish species. The findings have important implications for the management of New Zealand's intertidal zone - the coastal strip which lies between high tide and low tide.