Can pelagic ciliates indicate vertical variation in the water quality status of western Arctic pelagic ecosystems?
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- Can pelagic ciliates indicate vertical variation in the water quality status of western Arctic pelagic ecosystems?
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- 섬모충류는 서북극해 수괴의 수직특성의 지시자로 사용될수 있을까?
- XU, GUANGJIAN
Yang, Eun Jin
- Environmental Sciences & Ecology; Marine & Freshwater Biology
- Arctic Ocean; Environmental change; Pelagic ciliate; Bioassessment; Vertical distribution
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- XU GUANGJIAN, et al. 2018. "Can pelagic ciliates indicate vertical variation in the water quality status of western Arctic pelagic ecosystems?". MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 133(1): 182-190.
- The vertical pattern of pelagic ciliate communities was observed at eight layers in the Chukchi Sea and the northern Bering Sea of the western Arctic Ocean during the summer sea-ice reduction period (August 5 to August
24, 2016). A total of 44 ciliate species were identified, with seven species dominated the communities in the water column. Multivariate and univariate analyses demonstrated that: (1) community structures of ciliates vary
significantly among eight water depths; (2) variations in the vertical distribution of ciliates were significantly correlated with changes in physicochemical variables, especially the ammonia; (3) the distributions of the three dominant species were significantly and positively related to the chlorophyll a and ammonia concentrations; and (4) species richness and abundance were significantly and positively correlated with the concentrations of
ammonia and chlorophyll a. These results suggest that pelagic ciliates may reflect vertical variations in the water quality status of western Arctic ecosystems.
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