Keller, Natalia B; Os'kina, Natalia S (2009): Distribution of scleractinian corals in the Atlantic Ocean with reference to zooplankton abundance in the 0-100 m layer. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.769999, Supplement to: Keller, NB; Os'kina, NS (2009): About the correlation between the distribution of the Azooxantellate Scleractinian corals and the abundance of the zooplankton in the surface waters. Translated from Okeanologiya, 2009, 49(6), 875-888, Oceanology, 49(6), 811-823, https://doi.org/10.1134/S0001437009060071
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Correlation between the Azooxantellate Scleractinian coral distribution and abundance of zooplankton in the Atlantic Ocean was discussed. The analysis was based on a dataset of 943 specimens (82 species) sampled at 87 stations during cruises of Russian research vessels in the Atlantic. A hypothesis concerning correlation of coral biodiversity and population density with zooplankton abundance was tested. Relationships between these parameters were contradictory. High coral biodiversity and population density were registered for areas of low and average zooplankton abundance in surface waters.
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