Gukov, Aleksander Yu; Dudarev, Oleg V; Semiletov, Igor P; Charkin, Alexander N; Gorshkova, Ya S (2005): Water, bottom deposits, and macrobenthos in the south part of the East Siberian Sea in September 2003. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.763174, Supplement to: Gukov, AY et al. (2005): Distribution of macrobenthos biomass and bottom biocoenoses in the southern East Siberian Sea. Translated from Okeanologiya, 2005, 45(6), 889-896, Oceanology, 45(6), 741-748
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Macrobenthos biomass and bottom biocoenoses were studied in the sublittoral zone of the southern East Siberian Sea. The macrobenthos is characterized by relatively high abundance (from 30 to 2680 #/m**2), biomass (from 0.25 to 578.8 g/m**2), and diversity (83 species in total). Lateral distribution of macrobenthos biomass correlates with a substrate type and salinity and is substantially higher in areas washed by the Arctic water mass than in estuaries with mixed fresh and Arctic waters and shows a tendency to decreasing in the convergence zone of different water masses. The highest macrobenthos biomass is observed in cores of water masses in the Long Strait area and in the eastern part of the sea.
Median Latitude: 72.792329 * Median Longitude: 158.062177 * South-bound Latitude: 69.926017 * West-bound Longitude: 142.835100 * North-bound Latitude: 74.725783 * East-bound Longitude: 178.476267
IK2003-9-1 * Latitude: 72.249650 * Longitude: 150.293150 * Elevation: -14.0 m * Location: East Siberian Sea * Device: Grab (GRAB)
IK2003-9-10 * Latitude: 70.725783 * Longitude: 161.001383 * Elevation: -14.0 m * Location: East Siberian Sea * Device: Grab (GRAB)