3 edition of ecology of intertidal flats of North Carolina found in the catalog.
ecology of intertidal flats of North Carolina
Charles Henry Peterson
|Statement||by Charles H. Peterson, Nancy M. Peterson ; project officers, Carroll L. Cordes, Martha W. Young ; prepared for National Coastal Ecosystems Team, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.|
|Contributions||Peterson, Nancy M., joint author., Cordes, Carroll L., Young, Martha W., National Coastal Ecosystems Team (U.S.), Biological Services Program (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||QH105.N8 P45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 73 p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
|LC Control Number||80601522|
We collected modern foraminiferal and environmental data from three back-barrier intertidal sites (Currituck Barrier Island, Oregon Inlet, and Pea Island) of the Outer Banks, North Carolina, United States, which have different salinity settings and a wind-driven tidal regime. The functional role of the intertidal oyster reef community in the southeastern Atlantic coastal zone is described. This description is based on a compilation of published data, as well as some unpublished information presented as hypotheses. The profile is organized in a hierarchical manner, such that relevant details of reef oyster biology (autecology) are presented, followed by a.
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Get this from a library. The ecology of intertidal flats of North Carolina: a community profile. [Charles H Peterson; Nancy M Peterson; National Coastal Ecosystems Team (U.S.); Biological Services Program (U.S.)] -- "We have developed this community profile to serve as an introduction to the ecology of intertidal sand and mud flats.
Our main goal is to describe the ecological processes that. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. “North Carolina ocean beaches experience two high tides and two low tides about every 24 hours and 50 minutes (a lunar day)” (North, ).
The areas exposed to the rise and fall of the tides create the intertidal zone. HISTORICAL RELEVANCE. One would think that the intertidal zone existed for as long as there was a coastline. The most apparent character of the area is the development of tidal channels, ecology of intertidal flats of North Carolina book mainly the intertidal zone.
In this case, the tidal flat is protected seaward by a beach barrier, but in many cases (low-energy waves and longshore currents) the tidal flats may directly pass into a shallow marine environment. The ecological impact of beach nourishment with dredged materials on the intertidal zone at Bogue Banks, North Carolina / Related Titles.
Series: Miscellaneous report (Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.)) ; no. Reilly, Francis J. The intertidal zone, Ecology. A California tide pool in the low tide zone. The intertidal region is an important model system for the study of ecology, especially on wave-swept rocky shores.
The region contains a high diversity of species, and the zonation created by the tides causes species ranges to be compressed into very narrow bands.
The rocky intertidal region can be divided into four vertical zones. These zones are based on height and tidal influence. These four zones include from the highest to the lowest: the splash zone, the high intertidal zone, the mid-intertidal zone, and the low intertidal zone.
The splash or spray zone is the highest and driest area. This. "The ecology of intertidal flats of North Carolina: a community profile," FWS/OBS/39, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Biological Services, Washington, DC.
“The Ecology of Intertidal Flats of North Carolina: A Community Profile,” U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Biological Services, FWS/OBS/39,pp Google Scholar Cited by: Naturalist's Guide to the Atlantic Seashore: Beach Ecology From The Gulf Of Maine To Cape Hatteras (Naturalist's Guide Series) [Scott Shumway] on displacementdomesticity.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
From the North Carolina's Outer Banks to Maine's rocky coast, this /5(16). identification of species that occur in the warm temperate North Inlet Estuary and nearby areas. North Inlet is a barrier-island-bounded, salt marsh estuary in coastal South Carolina, just north of the midpoint between Myrtle Beach and Charleston.
The inlet is flanked by Debidue Island to the north and North Island to the south. Jun 01, · A series of samples collected from November through February from a North Carolina sandy beach contained 27, invertebrates representing 41 species.
The sandy-beach community, as composed of a homogeneous group of organisms, was identified through the use of an index of faunal affinity.
Community structure is described in terms of abundance, frequency diversity, Cited by: The rocky shore fauna of the North Atlantic region comprise a mixture of warm temperate and cold boreal species.
Many rocky intertidal invertebrates have temperate and cold water congeners, whose distributions overlap for a large section of their geographical distributions in Europe and North Africa (Crisp and Southward ).Cited by: R.N.
Gibson, in Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences (Second Edition), Introduction and Classification of Intertidal Fishes. The intertidal zone is the most temporally and spatially variable of all marine habitats. It ranges from sand and mud flats to rocky reefs and allows the development of a wide variety of plant and animal communities.
'Intertidal Ecology' aims to fill this gap, providing an accessible introduction to the study of both rocky and sediment shores and relating these examples to general ecological principles.
The clear style, attractive illustrations and fresh approach of the authors will appeal to students of ecology at all levels." Weight (before packaging): g. Jul 01, · I was first exposed to this book as a high-school student, I think, and it has remained one of my favorites.
I wish someone would update it, because it contains the most clear ecological stories and anecdotes depicting life in the intertidal. This habitat where most marine biologists are introduced to marine displacementdomesticity.com by: - IRL's many habitats including seagrass beds, mangroves, oyster reefs, salt marshes, tidal flats, scrub, beaches and dunes Find Out: how you can make a difference in IRL water quality.
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The Colorado River in western North America is so overused that it disappears before it reaches the mouth of the Gulf of California. Intertidal mud flats in tropical regions are typically composed of.
have relatively. The intertidal zone is defined as the area between the high tidal mark and the low tidal mark. Organisms living within the intertidal must be hardy and adaptable to.
The First phase of the project started in and was are mainly based on 2 axes: • a micro-scale study founded on field data collected during spring and autumn in three intertidal sites.
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vertical zonation and competition for resources. vertical zonation. rocky intertidal community is divided into distinct bands/ zones based on distance from water. limits of intertidal species' habitats. upper limit is determined by abiotic factors, lower limit is determined by biotic factors.The marine waters of the Pacific Northwest support a rich and diverse intertidal marine community, due in part to upwelling currents that bring nutrient-rich waters up to the surface.
Despite the environmental challenges of the intertidal zone, there is a wide diversity of marine life forms that inhabit this ecosystem.