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Convergent signs of degradation in both the capacity and the quality of an essential fish habitat: state of the Seine estuary (France) flatfish nurseries
Le Pape, O.; Gilliers, C.; Rioual, P.; Morin, J.; Amara, R.; Désaunay, Y. (2007). Convergent signs of degradation in both the capacity and the quality of an essential fish habitat: state of the Seine estuary (France) flatfish nurseries. Hydrobiologia 588(1): 225-229. https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10750-007-0665-y
In: Hydrobiologia. Springer: The Hague. ISSN 0018-8158; e-ISSN 1573-5117, meer
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  • Le Pape, O.; Gilliers, C.; Rioual, P.; Morin, J.; Amara, R.; Désaunay, Y. (2007). Convergent signs of degradation in both the capacity and the quality of an essential fish habitat: state of the Seine estuary (France) flatfish nurseries, in: Lafite, R. et al. (Ed.) Consequences of estuarine management on hydrodynamics and ecological functioning: ECSA 38th Symposium - Rouen 2004 Co-organisation Seine-Aval Programme and ECSA. Hydrobiologia, 588: pp. 225-229, meer

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Trefwoorden
    Anthropogenic effects
    Developmental stages > Juveniles
    Nursery grounds
    ANE, France, Seine Estuary [Marine Regions]
    Marien
Author keywords
    essential fish habitat; nursery ground; flatfish juvenile; anthropogenicdisturbance; Seine estuary

Auteurs  Top 
  • Le Pape, O.
  • Gilliers, C.
  • Rioual, P.
  • Morin, J.
  • Amara, R., meer
  • Désaunay, Y.

Abstract
    The Bay of Seine is a potentially important nursery ground, especially for flatfish. This area, however, is also strongly anthropogenically influenced. A composite approach was chosen to compare the flatfish nursery function of the Seine estuary with other coastal and estuarine areas and to determine the impact of anthropogenic disturbances. It emerges that alteration of the nursery function in the Seine estuary is related to the loss of nursery habitat and to a lower quality of the residual surfaces. These observations stressed the importance of habitat destruction and decreased quality of remaining habitat for fish stocks renewal.

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